How do you replace front suspension struts on a Jeep Cherokee?
My 2000 Jeep Cherokee makes a clunking noise from the front. I just had 2 bad ball joints replaced but it still makes the noise. I asked about boots but was told I do not have boots on mine. I asked about the swaybar link. They asked me if my jeep makes the noise driving over bumps and it doesn't. I am at a lose. They are going to look at it and see if they can figure it out. Can you help me with this.
If you have worn Struts on a vehicle, those can be replaced without replacing your springs. "Struts" and "Shocks" are often used interchangeably in language, however, I believe your vehicle is a front wheel drive with a double wishbone suspension. In this case, they would be more accurately referred to as "Struts". Just for reference. In either case, the answer is still, yes. Shocks/Struts can be replaced without replacing the springs as well.
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My 2001 Pathfinder has 108,500 miles & I think it's time for new shocks & struts. It just doesn't feel the same anymore & is kinda wobbly. I have a few questions. I got an estimate of $1110.76 to replace the front struts & rear shocks with OEM parts & an alignment. This is at a quality suspension place that I trust, not a dealership. I found the OEM parts online for $425 plus shipping…