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Monroe Suspension Strut Assembly  Rear
  • Low Gas Charged Unit - Slow Strut Rod Extension; Premium - Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Monroe OESpectrum Strut
  • Product Attributes:
    • Body Length: 9.125
    • Body Type: Ss2
    • Compressed Bumper Stop: No
    • Compressed Length: 11.125
    • Cylinder Included: No
    • Dust Shield: No
    • Extended Bumper Stop: No
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    • Extended Length: 17.375
    • Max Year Covered: 2007
    • Min Year Covered: 2002
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Mitsubishi Lancer
    • Most Popular Year: 2003
    • Parts Pack(s): P01629
    • Product Grade: Premium
    • Strut Charging Type: Low Gas Charged Unit - Slow Strut Rod Extension
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2000 Nissan Sentra Suspension Strut Assembly - Rear Monroe

P311-455A2C4    New

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Monroe Suspension Strut Assembly  Rear
  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Strut
  • Product Attributes:
    • Body Length: 11.000
    • Body Type: Ss2
    • Compressed Bumper Stop: No
    • Compressed Length: 11.500
    • Cylinder Included: No
    • Dust Shield: No
    • Extended Bumper Stop: Yes
    • Extended Hydraulic Lockout: No
    • Extended Length: 16.500
    • Max Year Covered: 2006
    • Min Year Covered: 2000
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Nissan Sentra
    • Most Popular Year: 2006
    • Parts Pack(s): None
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Strut Charging Type: Gas Charged Unit - Strut Rod Will Extend Automatically
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    • Travel Length: 5.000
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  • Monroe OESpectrum Strut
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    • Body Type: Special Mount
    • Compressed Bumper Stop: No
    • Compressed Length: 16.125
    • Cylinder Included: No
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    • Extended Bumper Stop: No
    • Extended Hydraulic Lockout: No
    • Extended Length: 19.500
    • Max Year Covered: 2009
    • Min Year Covered: 2001
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Mercedes-benz C230
    • Most Popular Year: 2005
    • Parts Pack(s): Be17110693
    • Product Grade: Premium
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    • Body Length: 11.563
    • Body Type: B5
    • Compressed Bumper Stop: No
    • Compressed Length: 12.000
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    • Extended Length: 18.000
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    • Most Popular Year: 2001
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P311-423A90C    New

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  • Monroe Monro-Matic Plus Strut
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    • Compressed Length: 10.375
    • Cylinder Included: No
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    • Extended Bumper Stop: No
    • Extended Hydraulic Lockout: No
    • Extended Length: 14.750
    • Max Year Covered: 2005
    • Min Year Covered: 2001
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Honda Civic
    • Most Popular Year: 2002
    • Parts Pack(s): P00906
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Strut Charging Type: Gas Charged Unit - Strut Rod Will Extend Automatically
    • Total Part VIO: 1560127
    • Travel Length: 4.375
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
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Brand: Monroe
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2001 - Acura EL Rear
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2003 - Land Rover Range Rover
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2007 - Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG
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2007 - Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG
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2003 Bentley Continental Suspension Strut Assembly Arnott

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2003 - Bentley Continental
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2003 - Bentley Continental
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P311-18A3C78    New

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1998 Mazda 626 Suspension Strut Assembly Genuine

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1999 Mazda 626 Suspension Strut Assembly Genuine

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Strut Replacement

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Question From mattmagnum on Strut Replacement

Hi all, the struts (front for sure, back too prolly) on my 96 cougar xr7 are bad, at least the driver side is really bad, it squeeks when i turn the wheel and both are generally noisey when going over bumps.

my question is, i was going to buy this http://www.autozone.com/autozone/parts/Gabriel-Ready-Mount-Shock-Strut-Front/1995-Mercury-Cougar-XR7/_/N-j1lv9Z8oxxw?itemIdentifier=388662_460866_2362_

but as you can see they are very expensive, I was hoping to find out whether it would be ok to buy one with my next check and replace the driver side, and in 2 weeks buy the other one and replace the passenger side.

what do you all think?

Response From Hammer Time

You can buy therm one at a time but don't put them in the car until you have both.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Rather you just posted the pic and not a link........... Pic shows this......

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Pre done so you don't have to mess with the coil. Have you verified that these are the problem or are other parts making noises?

T

Broken rear strut, and I mean BROKEN

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Question From Guest on Broken rear strut, and I mean BROKEN

1996 Buick Regal 130,000 miles


First off, is it safe to drive the car without one rear strut attached? The strut literally broke through the top mount leaving it completely detached from the top end. The nut is clearly still attached. Does this look like something that can just be pulled up and attached with a new strut mount? How difficult would this be for someone who is mechanically inclined but has never worked with struts?
Also, the strut itself is completely compressed. Does that mean the strut is ruined and must be replaced?
I'm hoping to not need to invest much cash into a 12 year old car with 130,000 miles.

Response From BrokenInMN

Thanks for the info. In my effort to 'go cheap' I am hoping to only replace the mount and not the strut. After some quick elbow grease, the inner strut shaft will slide up and down with resistance, and will stay in any position, even with the weight of a vice grip attached. I'm guessing one the those 'whacks' you mentioned pounded the shaft down hard enough to make the strut stick completely compressed. Is it necessary for a strut to naturally expand to its full length if there is nothing attached to the top? I noticed the new one I bought will slowly push all the way up after I manually compress it. The old strut seems to perform adequately when comparing the resistance and motion to a new strut except the fact that the old one does not expand on its own.
I may be forced to use a new strut anyway. Just below the top nut that you can see in my picture there is a significant amount of the broken top mount rusted solid to the shaft, like a sleeve that has become one with the strut shaft. It may be impossible to remove without damaging the strut plus the fact that this is very likely a 12 year old, original equipment strut. I have only had the car since it had 93,000 miles so I cannot be sure.

My main questoin here is: Is it ok to use the old strut if I can make it fit with a new mount? I am not looking for high performance or the smoothest ride here. This car drives 1.5 in-town miles to work and back every day with the occasional trip across town.

Response From Tom Greenleaf



Quick look shows it's available with the upper mount! Must happen more than usual! "Is it safe to drive" Yes/No - right into the shop to replace it! Control of vehicle is compremised and it could whack and break something else and be additional trouble. It is a higher end DIY job - air wrenches will help and an alignment is required. I strongly suggest doing both sides with the identical replacement part,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Strut Mount - Rear Gabriel / Strut Mount - Rear for a 1996 Buick Regal

Related Parts Shock/Strut - Front Shock/Strut - Rear About this product: Part Number: 143067 Weight: 2.53 lbs. Warranty: LLT Note: Complete mount kit
Includes mount, bumper bellow and retainers Pricing: $34.99 Availability: Store: Visit your local store to special order. Online: Ships within 3-5 business days

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Check that out! They do make a fix for just the mount. It might have to come out to install it as that nut will be stuck and shaft may just be an Allen head to the shaft - not sure.

A good gas strut would self extend under pressure. It doesn't have to to be safe but it should have it's shock effect which you think it does. The bottom two bolts are very HD and might give you a hard time. You kinda need to know what your'e doing as they are a serious part of the rear suspension. It's been a while but those are where you adjust the "camber" setting of the alignment as I recall. If you spray paint or scribe the exact position (indexing where it started) you can at least get it back close for a while to use car. This also means supporting the weight just so and if in doubt get help with this.

As I recall - some of these types to get to the top can be from trunk or maybe even from inside package shelf or back seat - memory gone - back in five minutes!

This sure appears like it was weakened by rust. Also take a good look at the other one! If it looks ok now I'd spray the heck out of it with something to stop rust now or just do both at once.

Note: Sometimes when taking the nut of a shock's shaft like this the thing is rendered useless as it's possible for the shaft to "come unscrewed" inside it if the shaft can't be held in position while undoing the nut - like by air wrench as heat is not really an option with shocks/struts.

The whole unit was about $82 bucks listed at AutoZone if it just can't be done separately. I know that's some bucks but as cars go it's pennies!

Tom

Response From BrokenInMN

Thanks much for the insight. After working the old strut a bit it seems to want to expand on its own (very weak, and not all the way extended). But, alas, the shaft has too much of the old mount rusted solid to it to be cleaned off to fit through a new mount, and it may be nearly impossible to remove that top nut from the shaft without scoring up the shaft. I decided to follow your first suggestion of replacing the strut & mount. This makes the most sense anyway. $35 for the mount or $82 for the mount & strut. It isn't worth the trouble to save 45 bucks and fix it halfway.
The other side looks pretty ugly too. I will just replace both and have a smooth ride and some peace of mind too.

One more thing, you are 110% correct on the lower bolts giving me problems. So far I've broken 1 socket and (don't laugh) 1 12" crescent wrench and the nut still hasn't moved. The first one came out relatively easy but the 2nd is being stubborn. Some new tools might do the trick tomorrow. What I wouln't give to have an air wrench right now. I'll have to put one on my Christmas list.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

These things are really best with air tools. All the leverage in the world can just tip the car over and a good air wrench can make this a one shot/done deal! You pay for those things though!

Good luck. Sounds like you have the attack down right. Remember the alignment. You may see that one of the stut's bolt holes allows for altering the tilt (camber)) of the wheel when loosened and tightened,

T

Response From BrokenInMN

I thought I'd give an update and one more "Thanks!"
All is well now with 2 new strut/mount combos installed.
Casualties: 3 sockets, 1 12" Crescent Wrench, 3 bolts for the strut mount, 1 lower bolt, 3 drill bits, and surprisingly no blood! Only some extremely sore muscles and back.

Rust was not my friend on this project. After 12 years of Minnesota winters I should have expected nothing less. I snapped the heads off of 3 of the 4 (both sides) strut mount bolts and had to grab the other ends, from inside the trunk, to screw them inward to get them out. One of which I actually snapped off from the other end using vice grips leaving only the part of the bolt surrounded by threads left. After breaking 3 drill bits, the bolt, or what was left of it, finally busted out without damaging the threads.
On the camber issue: luckily for me it was easy to line up. The old strut was set all the way to the end of the adjustable bolt hole on both sides.

The end result is a car that feels perfectly aligned with much better handling and much less klunking.

Thank You again for the help.

Tom Hinz

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Thanks for the update on the fix. Rust is a real pill with cars - never mind the roads and bridges rotting away as well known.

Glad to hear you survived it!

T

Struts for 1995 Cavalier

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Question From Guest on Struts for 1995 Cavalier

Does anyone know if struts for a 1993 Cavalier will fit on a 1995 Cavalier? Thank you

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

yes they should work

struts

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Question From Guest on struts

upper strut bolt broke off when trying to remove it
can't get it off
any suggestions on how to remove the bolt?
thank you

Response From dave284

What kind of vehicle? autozone rents out stud/ strip bolt/rounded off nuts remover tools.

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

thanks for the tip

change struts 2003 GMC Envoy XL

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Question From geojo on change struts 2003 GMC Envoy XL

Procedure for strut change on 2003 GMC Envoy xl 4wd 4.2L

Response From Hammer Time

That vehicle doesn't have struts.

Response From geojo

If my GMC Envoy xl doesnt have struts why does Monroe sell one part number 171341 for this vechical?

Response From Hammer Time

Those are great instructions but this is a 4WD and doesn't even have coil springs or struts in the front.



Response From MarineGrunt

Alldata calls them shocks. I have a 2005 but I assume it's the same procedure. Let me know if this isn't what you're looking for.



Shock, Shock Component, and/or Spring Replacement

Tools Required

  • J45400 Strut Spring Compressor

  • Removal Procedure
    1. Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Vehicle Lifting.
    2. Remove the tire and wheel.
    3. Remove the shock module from the vehicle.

    http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldatadiy/DIY~V37200949~C40270~R0~OB0~P3R0H~N/0/108596970/110536467/110536845/110536849/34853741/34864218/34864722/34865296/34865313/116734247/116734237/158363240/120395940



    1. Remove the shock module yoke to shock absorber pinch bolt and nut.

    http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldatadiy/DIY~V37200949~C40270~R0~OB0~P3R0H~N/0/108596970/110536467/110536845/110536849/34853741/34864218/34864722/34865296/34865313/116734247/116734237/158363240/120395941



    1. Spread the shock module yoke at the pinch bolt using a flat-bladed tool.
    2. Remove the shock module yoke from the shock absorber.

    http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldatadiy/DIY~V37200949~C40270~R0~OB0~P3R0H~N/0/108596970/110536467/110536845/110536849/34853741/34864218/34864722/34865296/34865313/116734247/116734237/158363240/117410438



    1. Install pieces of heater hose to the shock module spring where J45400 contacts lower part of spring.
    2. Install the shock module (2) into the J45400 (1).

    http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldatadiy/DIY~V37200949~C40270~R0~OB0~P3R0H~N/0/108596970/110536467/110536845/110536849/34853741/34864218/34864722/34865296/34865313/116734247/116734237/158363240/117410439



    1. Turn the spring compressor forcing screw (1) until the coil spring (2) is compressed.

    Important: The spring is compressed when the shock absorber moves freely.

    http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldatadiy/DIY~V37200949~C40270~R0~OB0~P3R0H~N/0/108596970/110536467/110536845/110536849/34853741/34864218/34864722/34865296/34865313/116734247/116734237/158363240/120404231



    1. Remove the shock absorber upper retaining nut.
    2. Remove the shock absorber from the shock module.
    3. Loosen the compressor forcing screw until the upper mounting plate and coil spring may be removed.
    4. Remove the upper mounting plate and coil spring from the J45400.

    Installation Procedure

    http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldatadiy/DIY~V37200949~C40270~R0~OB0~P3R0H~N/0/108596970/110536467/110536845/110536849/34853741/34864218/34864722/34865296/34865313/116734247/116734237/158363240/117410439



    1. Install the coil spring and upper mounting plate to the J45400.
    2. Turn the spring compressor forcing screw (1) until the coil spring is compressed.
    3. Install the shock absorber to the shock module.

    http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldatadiy/DIY~V37200949~C40270~R0~OB0~P3R0H~N/0/108596970/110536467/110536845/110536849/34853741/34864218/34864722/34865296/34865313/116734247/116734237/158363240/120404231



    1. Install the shock absorber retaining nut.

    Tighten
    Tighten the shock absorber retaining nut to 45 Nm (33 ft. lbs.) .

    Notice: Refer to Fastener in Service Precautions.

    http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldatadiy/DIY~V37200949~C40270~R0~OB0~P3R0H~N/0/108596970/110536467/110536845/110536849/34853741/34864218/34864722/34865296/34865313/116734247/116734237/158363240/117410438



    1. Remove the shock module (2) from the J45400 (1).
    2. Remove the pieces of heater hose from the shock module spring.

    http://www.alldatadiy.com/alldatadiy/DIY~V37200949~C40270~R0~OB0~P3R0H~N/0/108596970/110536467/110536845/110536849/34853741/34864218/34864722/34865296/34865313/116734247/116734237/158363240/120395940



    1. Install the shock module yoke to the shock absorber.
    2. Install the shock module yoke to shock absorber pinch bolt and nut.

    Tighten
    Tighten the shock module yoke to shock absorber pinch bolt to 70 Nm (52 ft. lbs.) .

    1. Install the shock module to the vehicle.
    2. Install the tire and wheel.
    3. Lower the vehicle.

    Response From MarineGrunt

    We have a 2005 XL XLT and is a 4WD too. That's what alldatadiy has for ours. I just kind of figured it would be the same.

    Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

    That picture came from Alldata for this exact vehicle.

    I just looked at a 2005 and it shows the exact same suspension.


    Response From MarineGrunt

    I looked under our vehicle and it definitely has the springs. I also looked at a parts explosion on alldatadiy and it shows the same image as the one you posted. But, looking under our vehicle, it seems to match up with the replacement instructions I posted above.

    Response From Discretesignals

    That is a diagram of an S-10 blazer or Jimmy's front suspension... someone goofed.

    Response From Hammer Time

    I don't know what the deal is. Something is wrong here because Alldata usually isn't.

    Response From MarineGrunt

    I have no idea. If we didn't have an Envoy I wouldn't have been able to add to this thread at all. You would know well before I would. Maybe alldata just has the wrong parts explosion or left out the springs.

    I'm glad I looked at this thread. From the looks of my front tires I noticed it has a negative camber. They looked fine last fall. The wife probably drilled a curb or something and didn't tell me.


    Response From Hammer Time

    No, I suspect there are different suspensions within the same year and Alldata just didn't cover one of them.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Guess we need to know which type or correct data on this thing. I dare say we've all run into conflicting data from parts outlets to whatever up to a mid year odd ball.

    OP - can you send a pic?

    T

    Response From MarineGrunt

    That makes sense. There are quite a few different trim packages.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Somethings all wrong with this. Either named wrong vehicle, year, 4 wheeler or not. Original poster, you have to know what you have as the two shown are approached all differently as the guys showed,

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    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    It seems like this is a name game for what you are after. If what I would call just a strut you can replace just the "shock" part inside while compressing spring which isn't all that DIY friendly or safe with junky spring re-tractors/compressor. Strong bolts at bottom would alter or could the alignment so could new "shocks" anyway if pressurized with gas (many are) the vehicle height would be altered and hence alignment.

    If bouncing too much or leaking that indicates replacement needed.

    I'll try to look up the # you posted to see if what I would call only a shock but bet not at the moment,

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    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    You part # thru Monroe if correct I would only call a strut........ Shown here...........



    Reason that doesn't say shock is that one is whole and pre installed in spring assy. I would still be asking for a strut cartridge which does act as a shock if all this is correct,

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    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    No telling Hammer where you know I look things up. This apparently calls them either and I would call those a strut but that info could be all wet!

    Showed this......... Gabriel Ultra/Shock/Strut - Front / Part Number: G51718 Warranty: Limited Lifetime
    Notes: Strut must be rotated to align notch with lower control arm. Quantity per car: 2. Shock/Strut should always be replaced in pairs





    Yes - inside the set up or available all ready for lots more if that type at all??

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