How to Replace Rear Coil Spring 00-08 Ford Focus

How to Replace Rear Coil Spring 00-08 Ford Focus

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In the video, 1A Auto shows how to remove and replace a sagging, broken, bent or rusted rear coil spring. The video is applicable to the 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, Ford Focus.

🔧 List of tools used:
• 19mm Wrench
• 15mm Socket
• 18mm Socket
• 19mm Socket
• 1/2 Inch Breaker Bar
• Torque Wrench
• Marker / Writing Utensil
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands

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Devin Carello says:

Do you sell the rubber pieces for the new coils?

Dave Course says:

great video… im going to have a go myself after watching this. thanks for sharing

adriano yo says:

You tighten the bolts in the lower position, when the car will stand on the wheels permanent tension will be applied to the bushings which will wear them quick

Andy brace says:………las

Bryan H says:

Where can I purchase that rubber bushing?
Do you have a link?

yany says:

Can you please provide me a chassis number, i waana order the same epring coil.

Ch Martin says:

My focus has a roll bar so when you try and move the arm down you can only move it so much its a nightmare to get the spring out.

Eric Edwards says:

Excellent clear and precise demo with good reference to tools and torque settings. A spotless workshop too. I am a lecturer in automotive engineering of 30 years experience and find the entire demonstration well edited and critical points made at suitable stages in the job without excessive time wasted watching bolt and nut undoing. Very well edited


How do you know the exact height to Jack the suspension as if it was sitting on the ground ?


Does the bottom section of the coil spring use a rubber cushion or isolator or is it just spring metal to control ARM metal

genesemenza says:

How did you get the inside arm bolt out? Mine is rusted to the strut. Did you cut out the arm first?

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