How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a Chrysler Sebring?

Answer Your Chrysler Sebring is a sporty car that's fun to drive, but proper maintenance is an important part of your car remaining in this condition. Having gone 60,000 miles under normal driving conditi... Read More »

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How to Replace the Shocks & Struts on a 2000 Sebring?

After years of use, your 2000 Chrysler Sebring may become a little uncomfortable. It may not handle tar strips, potholes and other road imperfections as it used to, providing for a rather rough and... Read More »

How to Replace Shocks on a Chrysler Sebring Convertible?

The Chrysler Sebring convertible uses rear shock absorbers to dampen jolts to the suspension. These shocks can wear out over time, or leak and require replacement. Removal can be done by the averag... Read More »

How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a Chrysler Town & Country?

The extra room in a Town & Country makes traveling much more comfortable, but bad struts and shocks can ruin that ride just as quickly. Make sure you replace that part of your suspension on a regul... Read More »

How do I Replace Chrysler Struts and Shocks on a Grand Caravan?

The shocks and struts on a 1996 Grand Caravan absorb the bumps encountered while driving. With age, the seals inside the shocks and struts become weak, and the shocks and struts do not absorb impac... Read More »