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Old 06 Sep 2007, 05:12 pm
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Default Can anyone tell me how to change the suspension of a 94 Civic Dx?

Can anyone tell me how to change the suspension of a 94 Civic Dx?
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 05:18 pm
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yea i noe how , dun it the front. if u lift the hood, look at ur shock towers. there are either two or three ( cant remeber) bolts holding ur struts in place. u have to remove thoes , then u have to take off the wheel and unbolt the bottom of the strut. i realy remeber how , but its realy easy. i suggest u go to " auto zone, or discount auto" and get a "HELMS " manual for your car. the manual will show you how to do everything to you car with picture instructions. ~chino
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