How to Replace Toyota Tacoma Shocks?

Answer If you suddenly experience a very rough ride in your Toyota Tacoma, it may mean it's time to change the shock absorbers. The shocks on your Tacoma lessen impacts from bumps and keep heavy vibration... Read More »

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How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a Toyota Tacoma?

You Toyota Tacoma is great for hauling, but once you hit the point that the stuff you're hauling starts bouncing out of the bed, you need to replace the shocks. After 60,000 miles under normal driv... Read More »

How to Install Shocks on a Toyota Tacoma?

The rear shocks on your Toyota Tacoma do a lot of work. They're designed to cushion the usually harsh ride that comes from a leaf spring rear suspension, but also to help stop perpetual bouncing wh... Read More »

How to Change the Shocks of a 1998 Toyota Tacoma 4-Wheel Drive?

The 1998 Toyota Tacoma 4-wheel drive pickup comes equipped with four shock absorbers. The front shocks are part of a coil spring/shock absorber assembly. Separating the shock absorber from the coil... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Toyota Tacoma?

Replacing a tie rod end on your Toyota Tacoma is necessary where there's too much play in the tie rod ends, or when your Tacoma just doesn't track straight, even after an alignment. You can replace... Read More »