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Why when I brake hard my 95 GM van swerves to the right all brakes shocks and pinions have been replaced?
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Can you just replace the shocks?
If you have worn Struts on a vehicle, those can be replaced without replacing your springs. "Struts" and "Shocks" are often used interchangeably in language, however, I believe your vehicle is a front wheel drive with a double wishbone suspension. In this case, they would be more accurately referred to as "Struts". Just for reference. In either case, the answer is still, yes. Shocks/Struts can be replaced without replacing the springs as well.
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How do you know when your shocks are bad?
When you hit a bump or the shock compresses and never decompresses is a good sign. Your car might look like it is "lower" than normal as well. Go to the front or back of your vehicle and bounce it up and down a few times to build momentum. Then leave it alone and watch how many times it continues to bounce after you let go. Good shocks will stop the bouncing in 3 bounces or less. More than that is an indication of failed or failing shocks. An indication of a 'Blown-out' shock is the presence of oil covering the lower part of the shock. Remember, shocks, like brakes, need to be replaced in pairs. Either both front or both rear.