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  • Muhamad Fariz
    Part of a video titled How To Fix Squeaky Car Shocks-EASY Repair ... - YouTube
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    You know wd-40 is not harmful. As far as I know to anything in there it's just a lubricant it actsMoreYou know wd-40 is not harmful. As far as I know to anything in there it's just a lubricant it acts as a lubricant. So just spray it all in there. And if you want to protect your wheels.

    How do I stop my shocks from squeaking?

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  • Can you drive a car with a broken shock?

    The short answer is no - you should not drive a car with broken suspension. Regardless of whether it's a broken coil spring or a broken shock absorber, you cannot drive a vehicle which has any element of the suspension that is broken.
  • How long does it take to put shocks on?

    Replacing a single set of shocks, for example takes between 2-3 hours, as does either side's control arms. Lesser work such as replacing a spring or shock absorber will take less.6 Oct 2015
  • How do you check shock absorbers by hand?

    Part of a video titled Strut and Shock Testing - YouTube
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    And it's pretty simple what you do is you push down on the strut or shock. And then pull back up nowMoreAnd it's pretty simple what you do is you push down on the strut or shock. And then pull back up now the key is to feel how much resistance.
  • What causes clunking sound in front end?

    A front end clunking noise going over bumps is most often caused by damaged control arms or suspension struts. Often, this kind of damage happens if you use your vehicle for off-roading adventures—or there are a lot of potholes on your daily commute.31 Mar 2022
  • What do worn shocks sound like?

    Unusual noises – When shocks and struts are worn out you may hear a clunking or knocking sound. This sound is caused by metal-to-metal contact when the shock or strut bottoms out when hitting a bump. In addition, these noises could be a result in worn shock or strut mounting components.

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