How to Put Shocks on a 2001 Ford F-150?

Answer The Ford F-150 is a popular work truck. Installing a heavy-duty set of gas-filled shock absorbers is a good idea if the truck is used for rough service or routinely pulls a trailer. The improved b... Read More »

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How to Install Rear Shocks in a 2001 Ford Escape?

The 2001 Ford Escape uses simple shock absorbers on the rear wheels rather than full struts. This can make replacing them easier than struts, but this particular vehicle requires a bit more work. Y... Read More »

How to Replace Rear Shocks in a 2001 Ford Taurus?

Shock absorbers are designed to keep the car’s tires in contact with the road, even in the bumpiest conditions. Over time, shock absorbers can wear out, or the hydraulic fluid inside can leak out... Read More »

How to Replace Rear Shocks on a Ford Escape 2001?

Ford equipped the 2001 model-year Escapes with cylindrical rear shock absorbers. The shock absorbers act as dampeners, reducing the bouncing action created when the car travels over uneven road sur... Read More »

How to Install Shocks on a 2001 Beetle?

If your road experience is not as smooth as it once was, or you have started to hear thumping noises going over bumps, you may need to replace your shocks or struts. The 2001 Volkswagen Beetle only... Read More »