How do you change the rear shocks on a mercury mariner?
Shocks = $50 plus labor.
i need to know how change the rear shocks sombody can explain me with video please
Yes , shock absorbers front and rear
The shocks are there for a reason. Removing them would cause damage.
It an easy job to do. Thank you very much for the return answer. wish the shocks on a 1995 Mercury Marquis fell into easy category. Looked at and said no thank you
In the trunk.
To remove the spare tire on a Mercury Mariner insert the jack handle into the hole provided on the rear bumper of the vehicle. Turn the jack handle clockwise to lower the spare from underneath the vehicle.
You can find a good tutorial at http://airsuspensionreviews.com
The rear are shocks the front has struts. Rears shocks are a snap to change. Front struts should only be changed if you have the proper tools and knowledge as it can be dangerous.
I just don't. Take it to shop.
To change the rear shocks on a 1999 Toyota 4Runner the rear of the vehicle must be lifted with the wheels removed. Find the shock mounts and remove those nuts as well as the lower fork hardware. Each shock will slide out in whole assemblies.
Yes. All cars have struts in the front and shocks in the rear. However, it does not have McPherson struts
How do you replace rear shocks on a 2003 altima?
Yes it should have front struts and rear shocks.
The rear shocks on a Pontiac G6 are replaced by supporting the rear axle on jack stands, removing the wheels, and unbolting the shocks. New shocks can then be put in place and bolted on.
Jack up the car. Unscrew two bolts in the rear bearing arms, then unscrew the top bolts. You will need to take out the back of the rear seat in order to get to these. Then the shocks can be taken out and new installed.
top bolts seem to be difficult to reach ?
There are no "shocks", they are struts, and you'd best take it to a mechanic who knows what he's doing. It's NOT an easy job.
It Has Shocks On The Rear Not Struts. So It Really Isn`t Too Bad Of A Job.
Hi How do you remove top nut from rear shock Toyota celica GTS 2000?
It will be easier to have your local garage do the job. The top nut is very hard to get off.
struts in front, shocks in rear.
how to replace rear shocks on a 1994 acura legend coupe
The shocks only control the bounce of the springs. The springs actually control the ride height.
You have to remove the strut assembly from the car, and need the spring compressor to remove the spring to remove the shock.
The 2001 Buick LeSabre rear shocks are held in place with a retaining bolt on each end of the shock. Remove the retaining bolts and the old shocks will come off. Reverse the process to install your new rear shocks.
Front struts, Rear shocks
Shocks front and rear
struts front. shocks rear.
How do I remove the rear shocks on a 2002 chevy camaro convertible?
Since the Windstar has both struts (front) and shocks (rear), both procedures are covered in the 2 "Related Questions" below
This is a strut suspension. You have to remove the complete strut. Then you will need a spring compressor to release the coil spring. From there the shock can be changed. It would be cheaper to take the car to someone and have it done as the tool's needed will cost you.
The Dodge Intrepid does not have rear struts. This automobile has rear shocks and springs. The shocks can be removed by removing the retaining bolts on the top and bottom of the shock. Reverse the process to install the new shocks.
You should get a factory service manual to familiarize yourself with the procedure. The rear shocks are fairly easy to change for anyone with general mechanical aptitude and the proper tools. The front shocks should be changed by a good front end shop that has a spring compressor.
Front struts Probably shocks in rear
front has struts and the rear haas shocks
They have struts in the front and shocks in the rear.
Struts front, shocks rear.
Struts in the front, shocks in the rear.
Struts on the front, shocks on the rear.
Front struts. Rear shocks.
change over to air shocks on rear end
I believe that the rear air shocks are part of an automatic level control system. There is a level sensor on the rear suspension system and a compressor that fills the shocks to raise the rear end. There is also a valve to release the pressure to lower the rear end.
If you replace the manual leveling shocks on the rear with regular shocks you also have to replace the rear coil springs with stiffer ones. Use gm part #15182559 or bilstein part #199021 to replace the coil springs. The coil springs that come with the manual leveling shocks are not stiff enough to use with regular shocks, causing the rear end to droop.
McPherson struts at the front (shocks and springs together in one unit) Gas shocks at the rear
Struts in the front, shocks in the rear.
It has gas pressurized shocks in the front and rear.
Jack up the rear of the car, unless you can put it on a lift, remove shock mount bolts, remove shock, and replace
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