Can you replace the front shocks on a 2003 Lincoln Town Car with out taking off the tire and wheel and the coil spring?
well no you would have to take the tire off and put a spring compressor on the spring then you could take off the shock you can rent a spring compressor for auto part place
hey there buddy try going to shocks in-stead of air, air are better of course air ride is also comfertable but pricy when it comes time to replace it i had air ride on my 95 town car it went out on me so i changed it too shocks and putting them on are easy just do what you do when taking them off just reverse your work
Clunking noise made when turning right and going over small bumps you have checked everything and can only come up with maybe it's a spring without taking spring off do you know how you can tell?
* Clunking Noise Over Bumps PROBABLE CAUSEREMEDY Loose shock absorber mountings. Tighten nuts, or replace bushings. Loose strut mounting nut. Tighten or replace mounting nut. Worn shocks or struts. Replace struts or shocks. Deteriorated suspension bushings. Replace bushings. http://www.thepartsbin.com/suspension-steering.html
Shocks should be replaced once obvious wear is noticed, such as the Suburban taking bumps in the road harder, and taking longer to recover. If the vehicle bounces after it is heavily leaned on, it is a sign the shocks are worn. Drivers who tackle rough often will need to replace shocks more frequently than those who drive regularly on highways. Most manufacturers recommend a shock replacement about every 55,000 miles.
It should have struts not shocks. For struts you need to take the entire strut assembly out, use a spring compressor to take the tension off of the strut, remove the nut on top of the strut, take the top plate off and the spring and put them on the new strut. Tighten the nut and reinstall in the car. There is a lot of tension in the spring when it is compressed and a…
This depends on upper or lower ball joints. If you need to replace the upper ball joints, you must replace the upper control arm. For the lowers, you will need a ball joint press, and some snap ring pliers. Be careful with the spring when taking the spindle apart from the control arms. (spring type suspension) Have to unload the torsion bar (Torsion Bar suspension) You will need a special tool to do this
Of course. There is no real success without taking risks. People who are afraid to try never accomplish anything difficult. I doubt that Lincoln took more risks than other successful people. There is a difference between taking risks and being reckless or foolhardy. People like Lincoln have a good idea of they can do and what is possible.
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Worn out and old shock absorbers which causes the weight of the body to sit more on the struts making them take more hits while going over bumps, so the struts are taking more then they can handle. If your Lincoln is sagging at all in the rear or it boats(vehicle responds similar to a boat in waves, goes up and down softly) at all while driving your shocks are shot, try replacing them, it…
My daughter has a Waltham WRF08 watch. In the corner, is a little ledge off of which you can lever off the back of the watch. This is an el-cheapo Walmart watch. It levers off with a medium-small jeweler's screwdriver. The battery has a single grounding spring holding it place; positive pole at bottom. Just pop out and replace; taking care not to break the grounding spring.
After taking part in the Lincoln Douglas debates Abraham Lincoln the position of US senator for Illinois?
If you have been taking Lexapro for awhile and cut back the dosage or it is towards the end of the day and you took your pill early in the morning then a brain shock can occur. For me a brain shocks is like a small zap starting in my eyes when I move them to the left or right and moving towards the center of my head. Ive been taking this med for 5…
How do you replace the drivers side mirror without taking off the inner door panel for a 2002 Chevy venture?
Just a matter of taking off a few bolts, and replacing the new with the old. Be sure and get "front" and "rear". New shocks have a plastic strap that is to stay on until it is installed on vehicle. Then cut it off. You would be wise to get a service manual from a local parts store or library. Very detailed instructions.