How to Remove Shock Absorber Bolts?

Answer A vehicle's suspension controls the quality of the ride by absorbing and controlling shock from the tires, struts and shock absorbers. Shock absorbers compress various types of oil or gas in a cyli... Read More »

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How to Remove the Rear Shock Absorber on a 1994 Lincoln Town Car?

Shock absorbers play a large role in your 1994 Lincoln Towncar as they keep your vehicle stable while it is in motion. If your shocks become damaged it has a serious effect on the suspension and ch... Read More »

How to Remove the Rear Shock Bolts From a Jeep Cherokee?

The Jeep Cherokee has three bolts holding its rear shocks in place. Two small upper bolts/studs and nuts secure the top of the shock to the frame of the vehicle. One large shock bolt and nut attach... Read More »

What Is the Shock Absorber on a Car?

Shock absorbers, also called dampers, are part of a car's suspension system. The suspension system is responsible for helping the driver have control over the car through acceleration, impact and t... Read More »

What is a shock absorber on a car?

All cars have shock absorbers of some type. Most often, these units are just modified hydraulic rams that function on mechanical principles alone, but some incorporate some surprisingly advanced te... Read More »