Question about 1998 Toyota Corolla
When replacing struts in the old days, I would always swap the springs left to right, as the car sags with age more on the driver side cause that is where there is always weight. So the driver side springs are shorter, even though they started life with the same part number. This effect is really noticeable when the car is driven by a very heavy person
These days however I always go with quik-struts which have new coil springs and new strut mounts and cost less than buying all three parts new and they are much cheaper to install labor-wise.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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