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I have an oil leak in my Buick Lesabre rear shock. There is one line entering the side of the shock , so i assume they are air lines. Is this correct. My Buick is a 2001. Do you have these in stock? If so how much are they?

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Yes there air shock's, NAPA auto parts stock them, the part number is MA822, they cost about $82.00 for the pair, same part we install here at my repair shop, hope this was very helpful.

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