How to Replace Rear Shocks Strut Spring Assembly 2005-09 Subaru Outback

How to Replace Rear Shocks Strut Spring Assembly 2005-09 Subaru Outback
1A Auto shows you how to repair, install , fix, change or replace your rear shocks with their loaded struts. This video is applicable to the 05, 06, 07, 08, 09 Subaru Outback

🔧 Instructions:

1. Loosening the Rear Strut 0:32
2. Removing the Wheel 1:38
3. Removing the Rear Strut and Spring Assembly 2:14
4. Installing the Rear Strut and Spring Assembly 4:34
5. Reattaching the Wheel and Torqueing the Strut 6:55

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Raul Endymion says:

Just did this repair. And, because 1A Auto posts these useful videos, I chose to buy from you. So keep the vids coming, please! My 2008 Outback is the most unreliable hunk of crap, and rated a "1/5" stars for reliability by Consumer Reports. I'm gonna need to continue to replace a ton of parts on it to keep it on the road.

Gary Smith says:

Great video. Made it look simple & to the point. Gotta take care of mine over the weekend.

Thomas Barss says:

How important is it to torque the bolts to 46 ft. pounds?

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