Question about Chevrolet Venture
Jack the car up until the suspension is fully extended. Remove the tire, unbolt the bottom end from the steering knuckle, and the top end from the body. Remove and reinstall in that order. However you will find that household tools are inadequate for this job and as it will have to be aligned afterward anyway, you might as well save the headaches and have a shop with an alignment rack do the whole thing for you. Suspension parts should be replaced in tandem so do the other side and save yourself another alignment in a few months. If the strut is shot, most likely you have tie rod end and ball joint issues as well.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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