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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My honest opinion here is that if you took your car to someone to fix the problem and they didnt, you should really get all sorts of pissed off at the person whom told you it was fixed. They will try and get you to pay, but stand your ground and be firm. If nothing else they should give you a good discount aon their solution to the problem and let them know if it doesnt fix the problem then you will not be paying anything. I hope this gives you some guidance and best of luck to you.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
SOURCE: Rear shock bang
Check this link, but be real careful if your just changing strut assy, as it can really take off if spring not compressed securely.(very dangerous if not experienced with tool for compressing.) My advice is if your going to change it, buy the assy complete with new upper mount, and spring already assembled, and don't just buy 1 side, do both now for better stability & handling, much safer & always recommended to replace in pairs.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
this car has rear air bags.(instead of coil springs perched on top of the rear end)the air suspension switch needs to be shut off whenever either or both rear wheels will be hanging free(ie. changing a rear tire or putting the car on a lift where the lift is not a "drive-on"ramp type lift.there is a height sensor near the rear end and what sometimes happens if someone "jacks up" the rear of the car without turning the air suspension switch OFF the air bags can be damaged and might need to be replaced.FIRST check all the fuses and make sure the switch is turned ON and start the car and let it run.with the hood open you should hear an air compressor running near the air filter box.if its not running sometimes ther will be a "schrader valve "similar to a tire valve on the comressor.try putting air in with an air hose like you would with a tire.if that does not work there should be a connector(probably in the trunk near the air bag switch) that you can get CODES out of with a scan tool .the code(s) will point you in the right direction as to what went bad(most likely the air bags) the air bags are like BIG RUBBER BALLOONS/BLADDERS that can get pinholes over time and leak or even blow out.hope this helps you.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
whats "SOLID ON FIXINGS IT BANGS ON THE CURVED BIT AFTER THE BACK BOX " mean???..............replacing the rear shocks should NOT have affected the rest of the car, unless something wasnt installed properly.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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