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Change struts 1999 nissan maxima - 1999 Nissan Maxima

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    i have a clunkin sound in my right side of the car its like the steering wheel is goin to fall off its the wheel i will never buy anoyher nissan again

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Make sure you get a spring compressor and I reccomend replacing both struts, dust boots, mounts and bearings. Usualyl due to age the mount/bearing will cause noise/steering issuse and the dust boots are there to help the struts last longer by not letting water/dirt ruin the strut seals

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