What type of vehicle?
1997 camero rs convertable
If you have coil springs in the rear, you need to have two jacks. One will jack up the car up to take the tire off and be able to get to the shocks. The second jack will be used to stabilize the bottom of the coil pan so it doesn't drop down once you remove the shock and it will stay in perfect position to replace the new shock.
How do you replace rear shocks on a 2003 altima?
how to replace rear shocks on a 1994 acura legend coupe
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.
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.
rear front or rear?
Shocks = $50 plus labor.
lubricate the back where the old shocks used to be and ask a Audi dealer for A4 shocks
It does not have shocks on the front it has struts which should only be replace by a professional. The rear shocks are easily replaced. Just unbolt them and install the new ones.
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.
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.
They bolt in and out easily.
there is a video on youtube.
Jack up the rear end and support it. With the weight on the axle you take the nuts loose on each and and replace the shocks. The shocks keep the rear axle from dropping down and letting the springs come out. As long as the axle is off the ground and supported you shouldn't have any problem.
Replace the shocks, or struts if equipped.
Begin by removing the airline to your 2002 Buick LeSabre rear air shocks. Remove the shock retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new rear air shocks.
Ask a mechanic
no, not at all replace the front when the time comes..
simply just replace rear shocks with air shocks or put spring lifters on the springs
replace rear door shocks. the two rods along the sides.
Rear shocks cost anywhere from $55 to $85 each. There is also the labor charge to install them.
Yes it should have front struts and rear shocks.
Replace the small looking shocks. That's what holds the door up.
To replace shocks on the rear wheels of a pickup truck will cost around $100 for the shocks. Labor costs differ by region, but this job might take 1 to 2 hours. Labor could be as high as $100 an hour.
You have to replace with springs and shocks
Unbolt the old ones and put the new one in.