First you must remove the rear seat to gain access to the top strut mounts. The bottom of the rear seat comes out first. On the 96 model there are two tabs at the base of the seat bottm that you pull forward to release the seat bottom. I'm not sure if the 93 is the same. After removal of the rear seat bottom, you will see a bolt at the bottom of each side of the rear seat back that need to be removed. Fold down the arm rest and disconnect the vinyl cover at the base of the armrest to expose and remove two screws. Push up on the rear seat back to unhook three plastic hooks (center and one at each end) at the top of the rear seat back. Remove the seat back. Remove the large metal support panel that is behind the seat back. Safely jack up the rear of the car and support on jack stands so the rear wheels hang free. Doing one strut at a time, remove the two top strut mount bolts leaving the center strut stud nut in place. The strut and mount will lower out of the unibody. Disconnect the bottom strut mount. Remove the strut/coil spring assembly. Using a strut/spring compressor (some auto parts stores rent these) compress the spring. Carefully remove the top strut stud retaining nut, top strut mount, bumpers and strut boot. Carefully install compressed spring, strut boot, bumpers and top strut mount on new strut and install washer and retaining nut. Reinstall strut and etc. in reverse order.
how much is it going to cost me to replace the back struts on my Nissan maxima
I paid 79.99 each for my back struts then had my dad change them for me. Pretty simple actually
Shocks and struts are an important part of a car's suspension system. Both shocks and struts are used to keep a vehicle from bouncing when it is being driven. Shocks are less expensive to replace then struts.
It doesn't have struts. It has coil-over shocks.
Shocks are easy to replace and any DIYer can accomplish that. However if you do not have the proper tools or skill, I suggest you pay a professional to replace the struts. Serious injury can occur when working with struts.
It has 4 struts. The front uses a regular strut assembly. The rear struts have replaceable cartridges.
About $1000 for me.
BIG JOB and you need to have the front end aligned before you drive it. TAke it to a garage.
you don't! there are no shocks. you must replace the struts.
I paid $900 for shocks/struts and bushings. I was told that was the "brother in law" discount.
you can but it will ride a little bit more rough
Your shocks/struts are worn out, time to replace them.
struts front. shocks rear.
Front struts, Rear 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.
A 1995 Accord does not have shocks. It has double wishbone suspension with struts. It is obvious you do not have the skill or tools to replace the struts. Serious injury can occur if not done correctly. Take it to a professional.
The cost to replace the shocks and struts on a 2000 Dodge Neon ranges from $120 to $1,000. This cost ranges based on the part brand and any special additives.
Shocks are just that, shocks. There is already a suspension system in place and you add shocks to it. The shocks can be replaced easily.Struts have part of the suspension andthe shocks included in one assembly. The struts have to be disassembled for access to the shocks.
Replace the shocks, or struts if equipped.
front has struts and the rear haas shocks
Front struts Probably shocks in rear
Struts front, shocks rear.
Front struts. Rear shocks.