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1998 Nissan 240SX Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Right Monroe - Monroe OESpectrum Strut

P311-1CFB693    71429  New

734023 , 5621019U25 , 5621070F28 , 5430369F26 , 334184 , 5430269F26 , 5621070F29 , 5621070F85 , 5430270F25 , 5621070F27 , 5430370F25

Qty:
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Monroe Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Right
  • w/o Automatic Adjusting Suspension; Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Monroe OESpectrum Strut
Brand: Monroe
Position: Front Right
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Vehicle Position
1998 - Nissan 240SX Front Right
FCS Struts
1999 Nissan Quest Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Left FCS Struts - FCS

P311-0C2A2B3    331647L  New

Qty:
$45.68
FCS Struts Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • SUSPENSION STRUT ASSEMBLY
  • FCS
Brand: FCS Struts
Position: Front Left
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Vehicle Position
1999 - Nissan Quest Front Left
FCS Struts
1999 Nissan Quest Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Right FCS Struts - FCS

P311-0B9F0D8    331647R  New

Qty:
$45.68
FCS Struts Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Right
  • SUSPENSION STRUT ASSEMBLY
  • FCS
Brand: FCS Struts
Position: Front Right
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Vehicle Position
1999 - Nissan Quest Front Right
FCS Struts
1995 Nissan 200SX Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Left FCS Struts - FCS

P311-364BCE1    331640L  New

Qty:
$38.09
FCS Struts Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • SUSPENSION STRUT ASSEMBLY
  • FCS
Brand: FCS Struts
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1995 - Nissan 200SX Front Left
FCS Struts
1995 Nissan 200SX Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Right FCS Struts - FCS

P311-19D57B8    331640R  New

Qty:
$38.09
FCS Struts Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Right
  • SUSPENSION STRUT ASSEMBLY
  • FCS
Brand: FCS Struts
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1995 - Nissan 200SX Front Right
FCS Struts
1995 Nissan 200SX Suspension Strut Assembly - Rear FCS Struts - FCS

P311-4C0235B    345030  New

Qty:
$30.52
FCS Struts Suspension Strut Assembly  Rear
  • SUSPENSION STRUT ASSEMBLY
  • FCS
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: FCS Struts
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1995 - Nissan 200SX Rear
FCS Struts
2007 Nissan Altima Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Right FCS Struts - FCS

P311-061E205    331839R  New

Qty:
$47.32
FCS Struts Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Right
  • SUSPENSION STRUT ASSEMBLY
  • FCS
Brand: FCS Struts
Position: Front Right
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Vehicle Submodel Position
2007 - Nissan Altima Base Front Right
FCS Struts
2007 Nissan Altima Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Left FCS Struts - FCS

P311-12B9FDB    331839L  New

Qty:
$47.32
FCS Struts Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • SUSPENSION STRUT ASSEMBLY
  • FCS
Brand: FCS Struts
Position: Front Left
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Vehicle Submodel Position
2007 - Nissan Altima Base Front Left
FCS Struts
2005 Nissan Maxima Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Left FCS Struts - FCS

P311-4391345    332350L  New

Qty:
$43.57
FCS Struts Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • SUSPENSION STRUT ASSEMBLY
  • FCS
Brand: FCS Struts
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2005 - Nissan Maxima Front Left
FCS Struts
2005 Nissan Maxima Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Right FCS Struts - FCS

P311-10C4105    332350R  New

Qty:
$43.57
FCS Struts Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Right
  • SUSPENSION STRUT ASSEMBLY
  • FCS
Brand: FCS Struts
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2005 - Nissan Maxima Front Right

Latest Nissan Repair and Struts Installation Advice

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2006 NISSAN MURANO power steering noise.

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Question From maxauto on 2006 NISSAN MURANO power steering noise.

2006 NISSAN MURANO AWD 3.5 125000km.

Power steering noise on turns. Happens when steering left or right. Strut mounts, struts, ball joint and tie rod were checked and seem fine. U-joints between the steering column and the rack are OK.

Power steering pump and ruck/pinion were changed with ABSOLUTELY NO RESULT.


What could be the reason?

Any help greatly appreciated!
Thank you.

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

To give an accurate answer I would have to hear the noise...

One suggestion would be to check all the idler pulleys & other accessories.

Using the p/s puts enough of a strain on the system that bearing going bad in other areas can actually get louder....

Service Manual Question

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Question From scudder on Service Manual Question

I have a 2007 Nissan Versa, and I'm looking at the service manual. Various components have a symbol indicating "always replace this part after every disassembly." On the diagram of the front strut components the symbol appears to be referring to the two nuts that hold the strut to the steering knuckle, but it's unclear from the diagram if I should replace the bolts as well. Is there a standard practice for this?

Response From Sidom

The diagram you are looking at is referring to the nut only.

I haven't done one of those yet so I'm assuming it's either an oblonged nut or a nut with nylon in the end of it. These are usually used in place of a lock washer. With all of these setups, their purpose is basically to keep the nut from backing off if it ever gets loose. Lock washers are reusable. Nylon & oblonged are suppose to be one time use just due to the locking feature.

As far as a standard....... If you want to replace them you will have to go to the dealer and their expensive. It's not a common enough practice that aftermarket part sources carry them for specific applications.

Response From scudder

Looks like I can order them online at about $2.00 a piece. Suppose I might as well since I'm waiting on some new jack stands anyway, and if I don't I'll be irrationally worried about it. Thanks very much to both of you for the explanations, makes perfect sense now.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If I may add: When you do enough of this crap you get a feel for if self locking nuts of the sort are still self locking a second time as they just fight if tightened by hand tools. I'm not the least surprised that instructions will say to ALWAYS replace them as they can't judge what you are dealing with.

You can use threadlocker and in some places on things purposely distort a nut in a vise such that no vibrations will allow it to loosen and fall off.

If in doubt go ahead and do as suggested. I'll further suggest you get solid jack stands not the pressed metal ones with a pin and chain type. It's you life under that car forget the bargain on that! Know where to place them and of proper surface too on level area of cement. Asphalt and ground are not dependable. Double up with the wheel not holding weight (if it's off for the work but may save you in a failure,

T

Response From Hammer Time

I have never replaced those on any car. Just make sure they are good and tight when your finished.

Response From scudder

I figured as much, as the quote I got from a repair shop didn't include the new hardware, and none of the strut replacement guides I've seen mention it. Any idea what the rationale would be to replacing those nuts?

Also, thanks for the quick reply!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

They are probably self locking nuts and they are designed for one time use but if they're tight enough, there will never be a problem.

1997 Nissan 200SX sec 2.0 can't remove dr side cv axle

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Question From mrc55 on 1997 Nissan 200SX sec 2.0 can't remove dr side cv axle

1997 Nissan 200 SX sec, 99,000 miles
needs axle replacement and I am not able to get the drivers side axle out. The passenger side slid right out, but the driver's side to stuck. Any ideas? Downloaded a manual but the drive train/suspension chapter won't open on my computer.
Thanks!

Response From Hammer Time

It is locked in and has to be pried out with a very large pry bar.

Response From mrc55

Thank you! That worked. Now we are working on the lower ball joint. Top clip is off but ball joint not moving. Any ideas about how to get this out?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

That may not come apart easily. Can't you remove the top bolts on the strut instead?

Response From mrc55

It is only connected to the lower control arm.

Response From Hammer Time

No, the top of the knuckle is bolted to the strut.


Response From mrc55

Thank you!! We got it! Here's hoping the installation is easier :)

Response From Hammer Time

Make sure it's fully seated and locked into the trans.

Response From mrc55

I was afraid you might say something like that :) Ok, thanks!!

2004 Nissan Frontier steering problem

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Question From murpph on 2004 Nissan Frontier steering problem

Year of vehicle 2004
Make of vehicle (Nissan)
Model of vehicle (Frontier)

Ok so the other night I slammed into a curb sideways going about 10-15 mph. After the incident my steering wheel is constantly jerking to the left or right whenever I try and put it straight. It will not go straight rather just try and jerk to the left or right which is a real problem when driving faster than 40 mph because it makes me swerve. I don't think it is a simple alignment problem because it jerks to the left or right.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

No, that's not just an alignment problem. There is some suspension damage there that needs to be examined and found. I'm suspecting some strut or steering linkage damage but you certainly shouldn't be driving it that way.

Rusted out shock mounts

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Question From Scotty on Rusted out shock mounts

I have a 87 Nissan Pulsar that needs rear shocks, problem is the upper mounts are rusted out! How do I proceed and can it be fixed?

Response From Hammer Time

Are you saying that you can't get it apart because it's too rusty or that it needs to be replaced?

Response From Scotty Top Rated Answer

The upper mounting area is rusted out, the whole underside of the car is pretty rusty (1987).
Basically there will be nothing to bolt a new shock/strut to. Is there anyway I can fix this as my kid needs it for work this summer?

Response From Hammer Time

Your still not clear. Is it the part attached to the shock that is rusty or the body of the car?

Response From Guest

Sorry, the body of the car is rusted. I think my only solution would be to rivet some metal in as the surounding metal is rusty also and can not be welded?

Response From Hammer Time

Be very careful there. That is a structural part of the body and requires a lot of strength. A body shop could weld in a replacement section but it has to be done professionally.