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How do you change the rear coil springs on a 91 Honda accord ex?

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2007-07-14 19:31:04
2007-07-14 19:31:04

You will need to remove the panel liners inside both sides of the trunk. This will give you access to the top nut of each rear strut. You will need to remove the existing struts to place the new coil springs over the struts. You may need two jacks, one ot jack the car up and one to use to compress the coil spring you are installing. This takes about 1 and a half hours for both rear coil springs. I bolt on the bottom of the sturt and the nut inside the trunk is all you need to remove to get the struts off and replace the coil springs. Make sure you check the quality of the strut mount bushings (rubber gaskets) before you re-install. They re only about $10 a piece from the dealrer and worth the price if you are going to this much work.

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