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KYB
1986 Nissan 720 Shock Absorber KYB

P311-593FBC2    W0133-1624690  New

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KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excel-G
  • Production: -11/01/1985
  • For vehicles with Electronic Suspensions, Leveling Control and Air Suspensions refer to Appendix C.
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
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1986 - Nissan 720 Sport Truck 4WD To:11-01-85
KYB
1983 Nissan 720 Shock Absorber 4 Cyl 2.2L KYB

P311-593FBC2    W0133-1624690  New

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KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excel-G
  • Production: -12/31/1982
  • For vehicles with Electronic Suspensions, Leveling Control and Air Suspensions refer to Appendix C.
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
1983 - Nissan 720 4WD L 4 Cyl 2.2L - 2187 To:12-31-82
KYB
1982 Nissan 720 Shock Absorber 4 Cyl 2.2L KYB

P311-593FBC2    W0133-1624690  New

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$43.61
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excel-G
  • Production: 07/01/1981-12/01/1982
  • For vehicles with Electronic Suspensions, Leveling Control and Air Suspensions refer to Appendix C.
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
1982 - Nissan 720 4WD L 4 Cyl 2.2L - 2187 Fr:07-01-81 To:12-01-82
KYB
1973 Nissan 510 Shock Absorber KYB

P311-2F4C354    W0133-1626880  New

Qty:
$36.50
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excel-G
  • Wagon
Brand: KYB
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1973 - Nissan 510
KYB
1973 Nissan 510 Shock Absorber KYB

P311-2F4C354    W0133-1626880  New

Qty:
$36.50
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Gas-a-Just
  • Wagon
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
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1973 - Nissan 510
KYB
1968 Nissan 510 Shock Absorber KYB

P311-2F4C354    W0133-1626880  New

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$36.50
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excel-G
  • Wagon
  • Rear
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1968 - Nissan 510
Bilstein
2014 Nissan Frontier Shock Absorber Bilstein

P311-3273923    W0133-1983582  New

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$130.73
Bilstein Shock Absorber
  • B6 4600 Series
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2014 - Nissan Frontier
KYB
1983 Nissan Pulsar Shock Absorber KYB

P311-054B753    W0133-1625523  New

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KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excel-G
  • Production: 08/1982-
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
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1983 - Nissan Pulsar Fr:08-00-82
KYB
1985 Nissan Sentra Shock Absorber KYB

P311-054B753    W0133-1625523  New

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KYB Shock Absorber
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  • Rear
Brand: KYB
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1985 - Nissan Sentra
KYB
1986 Nissan Sentra Shock Absorber KYB

P311-054B753    W0133-1625523  New

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KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excel-G
  • Production: -12/1985
  • Rear
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1986 - Nissan Sentra To:12-00-85

Latest Nissan Repair and Shocks Installation Advice

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2009 Nissan Murano rear shocks keep blowing out

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Question From beaninno on 2009 Nissan Murano rear shocks keep blowing out

Need Help!

Went in to get my tires rotated at tire shop and they said my rear shocks were leaking and blown. Since it was there and dealt with them for years told to go ahead and change out with Genuine Nissan Parts. Picked the car up and 30 minutes later car was bouncing up and down like crazy after whenever I hit a bump. I went back next morning and show it to them and they said shocks were blown again. They suggested trying after market shocks and switch out the next day. They test drove it and said after 10 minutes the shocks were blown out again. They check everything and said didn't understand it. They refunded me my money and said bring it to a Nissan Dealership.

The Nissan Dealership said they checked it and can't see any reason why this is happening as everything looks fine with installation, mounts, front shocks, etc.

Anybody run into this before? Any suggestions or ideas?
 
Tim M
 

Response From Hammer Time

The only way i know to cause that is with severe impact. If the car didn't run over anything hard, i see no reason for it. Just defective units.

Response From beaninno Top Rated Answer

No severe impacts and it happened three times. I have 120,000 miles on my car so I can see the first
set needing to be replaced but the two sets that replaced it blew out in 30 minutes and 10 minutes
after driving on them.

Could it be a bad spring or mount or tires?

Response From Hammer Time

No, if there isn't anything pushing on it from the side, there there really isn't anything that can do that besides defective/incorrect parts. There is more chance that the installer caused it by spinning the shock with air tools.

Response From beaninno

Thanks for help!

Its at Nissan Dealership now. Hopefully that can figure it out.

Response From Discretesignals

Did they put the coil springs on with the rear shocks? If the rear springs are missing or are weak, that will cause premature shock failure.

Response From Hammer Time

What spring?

Response From beaninno

Do you by chance have a diagram of the entire rear suspension of a 2009 Murano?

Thanks!

Response From beaninno

Nissan just finished inspection and said rear coil
Springs are bad and need to be replaced. They said
That was blowing the shocks and causing them to leak.

I guess the spring is the #4 in diagram. I will let you know
How it turns out.

Thanks again for all your help!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Haven't been there on one of these but I don't buy that both springs are both bad and near instantly blow both new shock and have a couple times.

It appears the springs are not designed as part of the assembly. With the multiple failures unless somehow these springs are physically rubbing hard against shocks I would guess air tools used probably unscrewed that top shaft of shock so first even moderate bumps might just pull out, jam up, leak.

Most designs are using the shock as the main stop for spring to not extend indefinately and strongly note that I have not done these nor studied the exact way a fairly basic concept is done but that would explain it if so,

T

Response From Discretesignals

I believe you are correct HT. There is no spring on the shock itself. Judging from this pic, you would think otherwise.