Struts on a 1998 Buick LeSabre are changed by jacking the vehicle up, removing the wheel, and unbolting the strut. It can then be pulled from its mounts and a new strut put in place.
The bottom part of the struts are mounted to the body on a small ball joint with a locking lever. to remove just unlock the lever and pop the strut off the ball. The top is mounted with brackets. Just remove the brackets and voila! The new struts will or should come with their own brackets. Hope this was helpful.
if they are gas charged struts I'm sorry wandering? you should always align a car when replacing struts camber angle is adjusted by loosening the strut from the spindal jay bird 1980
Trunk struts are mounted to the back of the trunk. Locate the mounting hardware and remove it. Be sure to use the proper replacement struts and replace each side. Do one side at a time to avoid moving the trunk out of alignment.
I want to try and remove and replace my front struts on my 1995 buick lesabre is there a chance of seeing on line pictures of how to?
The struts are mounted inside the trunk of the car. It's a really strange place for them to have the struts but it seems to work on that car. I know a lot of people who like it and some who don't.
The Airbus A380 has 22 wheels. Two smaller 'auxiliary' wheels on a single strut at the front, two sets of under-wing 4-wheel struts and two sets of fuselage mounted six-wheel struts.
It has shocks in the rear I believe. Not struts. Struts are in front.
I had that problem, not really a fishtail but the rear end seem to be really loose. The problem went away after replace the rear struts.
No, there are shocks, but no struts
Yes it has struts
They have struts!
Yes. All cars have struts in the front and shocks in the rear. However, it does not have McPherson struts
most likely struts.
its not your struts you have to check your tire alinement's