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2003 Nissan Murano Hatch Struts

My Hatch door does not stay open as the struts holding the door open are shot /fluid leaked out/. I need to replace them. Nissan sells them very expensive. Where can I find the hatch struts or have them replaced for a reasonable price?
Also my hatch door handle - is loose and will not lock unles I push it in. Is there a part I need to buy? Any repair shop close to Bellingham in WA?

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Here in door struts available at 78 USD each
and handle available at 24 USD

you can change it yourself within half an hour maximum

00971 50 5764166

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