How to Replace the Struts on a Honda Accord?

Answer The strut assemblies on your Honda Accord help absorb vehicle shocks as it travels over road imperfections. They use a cartridge (and coil spring, depending on design) to smooth the ride. But they ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a Honda Accord?

When you bought your Honda Accord new, the ride was smooth and comfortable. After you've driven 60,000 miles under normal conditions, you need to replace your shocks and struts to keep the ride smo... Read More »

How to Replace the Front Struts on a 2000 Honda Accord?

The 2000 Honda Accord uses sealed struts that are not serviceable--they must be replaced as a unit. To check strut operation, simply bounce the front or rear of the car and watch the damping action... Read More »

How to Check Shock Absorbers or Macpherson Struts in a Honda Accord?

If your Honda Accord is bouncing you down the road, it's probably a good time to check out the shocks and struts. Most cars have telescopic shock absorbers with a coil spring and damper attached to... Read More »

How to Replace Honda Struts?

Car struts are an integral piece of equipment for nearly every front wheel drive vehicle, and Hondas are no different. The strut is the steering component made up of the front steering knuckle, the... Read More »