Question about 1994 Hyundai Excel
I have seen this many times.
It is common on low mileage cars.
While you could replace them, they will wear in after just a little driving probably.
It is more serious when the front struts bind, because then it gets very hard to even turn the steering.
It is possible to free them up with some lubricant spray on the shaft also.
I would only replace them if they became so stiff that they were a risk of damage to the tires or the ride was really uncomfortable.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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