How to Fit Rear Shocks on a 1998 4Runner?

Answer The 1998 Toyota 4Runner came standard with a 150-horsepower, 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine. The mid-sized SUV also came standard with double-wishbone suspension on the front and a multi-link suspe... Read More »

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How to Replace 1998 Chevy Blazer Rear Shocks?

The 1998 Chevrolet Blazer is available in both two- and four-wheel drive configurations. Both use a live rear axle supported by leaf springs and a single shock absorber on each side, attached to th... Read More »

How Do I Change 4Runner Shocks?

A shock absorber on a vehicle absorbs the motion of the vehicle when you hit a bump. The "shock" of hitting the bump travels up through the wheels and into the shock absorber. By shortening and le... Read More »

How to Replace 4Runner Shocks?

Shocks do more than soften your 4Runner's ride. They also play a key role in maintaining traction between the tires and the road. Worn shocks will let the axles jump and down too much, especially w... Read More »

How to Replace Shocks in a Toyota 4Runner?

What goes up must come down, and the shock absorber is what keeps your vehicle from going up and down so hard you spill your coffee or lose traction on a slippery, bumpy road. The springs in the su... Read More »