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How do you replace rear shocks on a 1994 Acura Legend?


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2012-04-21 14:16:17
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how to replace rear shocks on a 1994 acura legend



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no difference. both are located underneath the car by the tranny.

See this link. It explains it. It is EASY.

You could do that. The air shocks would have to be manually inflated. You may run into a competition between the manually leveling system and the automatic levilng system.

Under the fllor board passenger side eith by the ECU or behind the kick panel.

if it is a automatic through the dip stick hose.if it is a standard through a nut on the side of the tranny.

in the fuse box driver side second or third fuse closest to you down.

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