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2001 Honda CRV shock replacement

Getting ready for a front swap out and have not done this before. Buddies tell me it's a piece of cake. Sure sign of impending doom. Is it really that simple?

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Well, there are no shocks on a Honda. There are struts. The front ones are more difficult than the rear. You will need a spring compressor kit (about $100). Once strut assembly is removed, compress spring, remove shock. Reinstall in reverse order.

Sometimes you will need to remove the brake lines from the calipers. Bleedthe brakes after reinstalling.

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