Question about Toyota Corolla
Yes very easily,if you have a set of torches and a spring compressor
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
Unfortunatly, you probably will not be able to. Corollas (as well as all front wheel drive cars) use struts, which require more work than shocks. You will have to take apart a significant amount of parts to get to the strut, and then you will have to get it aligned when you are finished. This is a bad safety issue, as it affects the handling of the car (especially over bumpy surfaces). I hope you get this taken care of quickly.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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