Mileage over 70,000 , Poor control and handling especially during passing and lane changing. As the struts get weaker, tires will develop rapid wear.
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.
It does not have shocks on the front, it has struts. You better know what you are doing when replacing struts or you can get seriously injured. Take it to a pro.
I know that my 1997 Dodge Stratus has 4 and willing to bet they all do.
The fact that you ask the question tells me that you have no business attempting this. Replacing struts can be dangerous if you don't know what you are doing and don't have the proper tools. Suck it up and pay an expert to do this.
It is important to know the cost of replacing parts on a car. For a 2002 Chevy Cavalier 2.2 it will cost between $200-$400 to replace the struts, is a person is doing it themselves.
that's kind of crazy cuz i need to change my struts on my 97 Monte Carlo z34. i can't help you, but i just thought i'd let you know that I'm sharing your pain.
need to know how to replace rear struts on 2004 kia optma
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yes, they are rated to tow up to 2000 lbs. If You have or get heavy struts you can tow I know Monroe makes struts for towing
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It needs replacing every 60,000 miles.
a car can potentially have both shocks and struts. I don't know how common this is, but a car could have shocks in the front and struts in the back or vice versa. that is, depending on the combination, a car could have both, but I have never seen this.
shock absorbers , front and rear
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Not that i know of. i hope so
It isn't hard at all aslong as you have patience and alittle know how. Be warned I highly suggest you take the struts once removed from the car to a service center to have them remove the strut from the springs!
could be several things. have you tried replacing the heater core. if not that, call a mechanic. you probably won't be able to fix it unless you know what you are doing.
just had my 93 grand prix done there are struts back there.the stuts does not cost much .and if u know how to put them on you will spend less then 70.00 dollars hope this help.
If the struts are gone, the vehicle will bottom out easily and will tend to continue to bounce after giving a corner of the vehicle a hard shove downward. The vehicle will tend to roll more in corners as a result and will not handle as well as it should.
The struts are mounted inside the trunk of the car. It's a really strange place for them to have the struts but it seems to work on that car. I know a lot of people who like it and some who don't.
What about it? What do you need to know?
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You know the heater hose on a vehicle needs replacing when it beings to swell and soften. The heater hose runs from the intake manifold to the heater core.