How to Replace Rear Shocks 2006-10 Dodge Charger

How to Replace Rear Shocks 2006-10 Dodge Charger

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Shock absorbers help your vehicle stay stable and safe. Signs of worn out shocks are knocking or bumping noises, loose handling, or a bouncy or bumpy ride. The typical service life of a shock absorber is 50,000 miles, depending on conditions. TRQ shocks and struts are engineered to fit your vehicle perfectly. This video shows you how to install shock absorbers on your 2006-10 Dodge Charger.

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Ali Corleone says:

I had a problem removing the old one as it was very hard to compress it

superbowl32 says:

do you put buffer on new one?

the champion says:

Hi did you have a video about the rear control arms ?


Just done my struts and shocks…ride feels so much better! Great video…now I have to figure out why I hear so much metal clanking when I go over bumps…I'm going to redo my whole front end an thanx to you itll be easy

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