Front Strut insert replacement
irautenberg at comcast.net
Sun Apr 17 00:02:06 EDT 2005
To do it, you will have to jack the car up sufficiently (and always use
jackstands) so that you can get the Channel locks between the coils. I
suggest putting the nut back on the top before doing this. Also, in my
experience, it is a good idea (especially when working with gas-pessurized
strut inserts like Bilsteins) to have the supension raised a bit anyway.
You might be surpised what force theose things have.
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Sent: Saturday, April 16, 2005 9:52 PM
Subject: Re: Front Strut insert replacement
> Yes, that's it, Its called the strut cartridge cap. So how do you get a
> channel lock on the cap to take it off. I am not wanting to take off the
> springs? I am assuming you work at it from the wheel well.
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