the left rear side of the '95 has a ride height sensor that looks like a shock absorber, but has an electrical connecter on it you can adjust the ride height with this unit, also check to see that the connectot has no corrosion on the contacts I disconnected mine cleaned all the contacts and it worked fine, I had the "high back end, hard ride problem myself", before fixing mine I would set the switch in the trunk "off" and control the height by turning the switch on and watching the height and turning it "off" at the correct height...BOB
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.
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 doesn't have struts. It has coil-over shocks.
The 4Runner doesn't have struts; it has coil-over shocks in front. After removing the old shocks a spring compressor is required to remove the springs and install them on the new shocks. Take it to a front end shop that has the proper compressor and tools; it's very dangerous if you don't have good equipment and experience. The rear shocks are easy to replace by yourself.
About $1000 for me.
Not if they are struts - need a spring compressor
I paid $900 for shocks/struts and bushings. I was told that was the "brother in law" discount.
you don't! there are no shocks. you must replace the struts.
Struts on the front, shocks on the rear.
The strut consists of a damper and a spring (shock).
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
the 2000 ford focus has struts on the front. you can buy the strut/spring assembly for about 250 a pair online.
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.
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.
Front struts Probably shocks in rear
Struts in the front, shocks in the rear.
front has struts and the rear haas shocks
They have struts in the front and shocks in the rear.
Struts front, shocks rear.