Question about 1995 Chevrolet Lumina
Q. Do I have to remove the entire strut assembly in order to replace strut mount? I believe the part that is actually broken is the part that is fastened to the body. My thought is that if I just jack up the car (body) high enough to provide access to the broken part--remove it- slip the new part in place and fasten it then jack the body back down slowly insuring that the strut assembly is going to the right position.?? Am I dreaming or can it be done that way on this car?? By the way I'm talking about the rear strut and the mount bolts are fairly easy to get at from the trunk. What do you think??
Im sorry to the yes our dreaming the shock itself goes right in the mount and the pressure of coil spring you need to compress the coil to remove the pressure when pressure of you con unscrew the shock and change the mount to do that you have to remove the complet stut from the car if you dont have tool to compress remove the stut ourself bring it to a shop ask them to change the mount its easy and safe lot off pressure from the coil hope it FIXYA our problem thanks pierre
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