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How do i raise the front of my 1990 honda accord ex? It has been lowered in the front with aftermarket parts

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You will need to find a set of Stock Factory Front and Rear Coils to return the car to Factory Stock height. Remove the Aftermarket Coils and replace with the Stock ones. You will need to get the car re-aligned after that.

Posted on Aug 23, 2010

  • donna_greene Aug 23, 2010

    the aftermarket struts are adjustable. how can i adjust without replacing the coils?

  • Boneebone Aug 23, 2010

    You must have Adjustable Coilovers Struts, there should be a Special Wrench that came with the Coilovers to raise or lower the height. If there isn't a Wrench available , find out who the Manufacturer of the Coilovers is and contact them and ask them if you can order one from them.



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