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I need step by step instructions on changing my front shocks

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Click on the link below and follow the "step by step" guide to change the shocks in your Dodge vehicle. These instructions are for a Dodge Neon but all of them are the same as far as Strut/Shock removal

http://www.ehow.com/how_4507780_replace-shocks-struts-dodge-neon.html

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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Raise And Support Truck, Remove Wheel, Remove 2 Bolts Holding Brake Caliper On , Use Large "C" Clamp to Push Piston IN to Open up Space for New Pads Install Pads Reverse of How They came Out, Place Caliper Onto Rotor / Ancor and Install 2 Bolts.--------Do This ONE AT A TIME and After Completion Start Engine and Softly PUMP Brake Pedal Untill It Returns to Normal Hight. Hope this hellps you .

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Removal
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  1. Disconnect the lower end of the front shock absorber bolt and nut from the U-bolt plate.
  1. Compress the front shock absorber and remove.
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  1. Attach the lower end of the front shock absorber to the U-bolt plate by installing the nut and bolt. Tighten to 60-81 Nm (45-60 lb-ft).
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