buy them from amazon and change them yourself you will save a fortune!. Change one at a time, just remove the bolts and replace...its easy!
it should although you may have to replace the struts and any supporting factors b/c the engine will be heavier
If struts need to be replace on a car it's evident by how noisy and bumpy the ride is. The cost to replace struts on a Toyota RAV4 is approximately $600.
I have the same question. Has anyone in the Celica community ever removed these before? I've searched high and low and have not found any help...
I believe about $800 at least with struts only and plus $400 if you want to replace springs too.
I did it for 1400$ at a Toyota dealership.
I have a 97 Toyota Camry and was told it would be anywhere from $1000 to $1600 depending on whether I wanted top of the line struts or not.
your lift struts are weak
I paid $900 for shocks/struts and bushings. I was told that was the "brother in law" discount.
The 1999 Toyota does not have rear struts. The automobile has rear shocks. Remove the retaining bolts from each end of the shock. Reverse the process to install the new shock.
the struts are replaceable... but not rebuildable. some of the parts from the old struts can be used. struts are just like shocks and will wear out over a period of time. they are not that exspensive and is recommended to let a certified mechanic replace.