It has Struts and not shocks. If the car is bouncing or floating whenever you hit a dip in the road, or seems to handle poorly, these are signs of worn struts. A leak in one of the struts is also a sign of a bad strut. Mileage is another factor. Struts today will last a long time, but if the car has over 100,000 miles, then more than likely the struts need replacing. As to replacing them, unless you have the proper tools and knowledge, take it to a pro. Serious injury can occur when replacing struts, if you don't know what you are doing.
2 shocks on the front of the 4runner. One on each side
A 1995 Accord does not have shocks. It has double wishbone suspension with struts. It is obvious you do not have the skill or tools to replace the struts. Serious injury can occur if not done correctly. Take it to a professional.
A 1995 Ford Ranger has shock absorbers on the front and rear
i would just take it in to a place that changes shocks save you alot of time
the 1995 XE has four shocks. Two on the rear axle, and one for each independent in the front.
That is the power wire.
Front driver side of the block.
You can't service the lower ball joints by themselves. You must replace the entire lower control arm.
trying to replace the starter on a 1995 3.3 dodge intrepid! what problems if any can i anticipate?
shock absorbers , front and rear
On the frame rail, in front of the fuel tank assembly.
This is an excellent article on how to replace the inner tie rod bushings, which are a common problem. http://www.allpar.com/fix/intrepid-steering.html
i am trying to replace front brake pads on 1995 jaguar xjs 2+2 is there a video on how to do this
No. They are not interchangeable.
what does rack and pinion steering consist of and do on a 1995 Dodge Intrepid?
Shocks- some are air shocks. Shocked?
Most commonly, vehicles in the past 20 years or so have STRUTS in the front and SHOCKS in the rear. Sportier vehicles will have struts at all four wheels.
When the sway bar try's to do it's job without the bushings then it will come in contact with the body of the car and will be an confortable ride that could causes more problems in the future.
That's really easy, it's right there on the front of the jeep, right below and behind the bumper, unbolt both ends and replace. Even easier than doing shocks because it's so easy to get to.
A person can change the back shocks on a 1995 Chevy Caprice by unmounting them from the upper lower mounts. The shocks can then be removed from the vehicle and new shocks put in their place.
Should be the same as my 94, pretty much directly in front of the driver. Held on by 3 bolts.
the fuel filter is located passengers side in front of rear tire