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Old 22 Sep 2008, 08:46 pm
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Default Strut repairs for my 1998 Honda Accord?

My girlfriend was driving my car and mentioned that it felt as if my struts were starting to go. What can I expect the cost on repairing / replacing the struts on my 1998 Honda Accord? The car has a little over 180,000 miles and is (in my opinion) running well. I have to get the oil changed this week, so I'll ask my local shop to take a look at the struts too. I'd just like to get an idea before hand what the costs might be if the fix is necessary. Thanks!
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Old 22 Sep 2008, 09:01 pm
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About $200 dollars each,more if the spring is broken near the top of the coil.
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Old 22 Sep 2008, 09:31 pm
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oem struts are expensive, go buy some tokico or some brand name off ebay and have your shop install them for you.
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