Remove the half shaft nut and remove the automatic system. (Note: Fix the calipers reasonably and do not damage the tubing). Note: use a special tool to remove the ball head. Remove the vehicle height sensor. (note: remove carefully, do not damage).
Remove the ball head of the lower control arm 7. Remove the upper connecting bolts, and take out the shock absorber assembly and steering knuckle assembly together. (Note: Two people are required to cooperate to avoid damage to related parts after replacement). The shock absorber assembly of the original car has been disassembled, and the new shock absorber assembly has been replaced. Take out the new shock absorber assembly and compare it with the old one before installing it.Install the new shock absorber assembly on the steering knuckle assembly. Assemble the shock absorber assembly and steering knuckle assembly back to the vehicle together. Restore the ABS cable, tubing, and tie rod to their original positions. Restore all the automatic systems, and carefully check the oil pipes and other lines for interference. Assemble the tire to the car. (Note: carefully tighten the tire bolts). What shocks and struts do? You could say then, that their main job is to resist both tire and vehicle body motion. When shocks and struts are working well, the vehicle maintains traction on the road and has the optimum stability in every driving condition: stopping, turning, swerving, over bumps and potholes. How do they do that? A shock or a strut operate the same but mount differently. Each of the four tires has either a shock or strut connected to that corner's suspension and vehicle body or frame. They are hydraulic cylinders that provide motion damping by restricting fluid flow through a series of internal valves. As the wheel and body moves up and down, the shock valving slows and stabilizes the movements. How many miles do shocks and struts last? The life of shocks and struts depend on the road conditions the vehicle drives on, the weight of the vehicle and environmental conditions. Some vehicles; such as SUVs and Vans, are very heavy in the front and can wear out suspension components in. 50,000 t0 75,000 miles. Vehicles driven in northern climates will wear out quickly due to road salt and potholes created from icy conditions. So, mileage is not always the best way to estimate how long your shocks and struts will last. Consider the type of vehicle, your normal road conditions, load, and towing frequency and the climate conditions.
When should shocks or struts need to be replaced? The major function of shocks and struts is to prevent the amount of suspension movement, so if you experience bumpiness, it's time to change your shocks. If your car have poor steering response, stiffness or noise when steering; have instability when braking; or swaying while turning, it's probably time for new struts and shocks. Testing has shown that at around 50,000 miles, original equipment shocks and struts may be worn to the point of needing replacing.
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