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  • Mike Foong
    Part of a video titled Before and after shock replacement: the AMAZING difference - YouTube
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    After changing those shocks. You can see there's just a huge dramatic. Difference between the beforeMoreAfter changing those shocks. You can see there's just a huge dramatic. Difference between the before and after images here the before had a whole lot of rebound.

    Do new shocks make a big difference?

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  • How do you know your struts are bad?

    Part of a video titled How to Check Shocks and Struts in Your Car - YouTube
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    Pick up the top tuned on the strut. And feel inside on the rod. And if your fingers come out oilyMorePick up the top tuned on the strut. And feel inside on the rod. And if your fingers come out oily like this it means the seal is wearing out on the Strada. It's time for a new one.
  • Do I need to change springs with shocks?

    Should you replace coil springs each time you replace shocks or struts? Absolutely not. Inspect the coils every time you replace any suspension component. Ball joints, tie rod ends, idler arms, pitman arms and control arms that are compromised can all wreak havoc on the coil spring and shock or strut.
  • Do shocks have springs?

    Coil-Over Shocks: Vehicles with shock absorbers installed on the front are typically called coil over shocks — they have a shock absorber that is 'covered' by a coil spring.28 Feb 2019
  • Are left and right rear shocks the same?

    Yes they are the same. Really the shocks in the front have the same internals but it's the perch mount and the other brackets that are welded to the body for the brake lines and ABS sensor lines that are unique to each side.10 May 2012
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    Ball Joints: Broken or damaged ball joints will most likely produce a creaking sound as they weaken. Bushing: The bushing joints in your suspension system require regular lubrication and replacement. They could cause a creaking noise if they're not cared for.

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