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Nissan Altima Parts Reviews
Average rating: 5 4.8 - 62 reviews
2009 Nissan Altima | Posted by Justin | (Piscataway, NJ)

Ok i'm only 19, just bought a car and i was told this was the major thing i need to give some maintenance to. Dealership charges $1050 with boot and labor for installation. I spend $200, which includes both sides and the bump stopper which i assume allows the strut to live longer. Installation took 3 hours. I had no knowledge on how to do this. I am very satisfied because my ride breaks sooner and no jumping on the complete stop. It picks up faster because my car is dipping downwards. The old assembly i just threw out. It was old and worn. The new one is shiny black, looks perfect. Here are some tips that made me do the other side quicker while starting from the drivers side. Have a 3/4 Ratchet Socket. A breaker bar because everything is tight. I found no need to torque things down with a wrench. Be sure that the mounting bolts on top are torqued down to 35lbs, which is just hand tightening then use the ratchet and make sure it's secure. Jack up both sides because there is this piece that is connected to both sides. And if 1 side is down, it's impossible to disconnect it. I used 2 jackstands. Later on you'll need that 3/4 socket and a 3/4 wrench.

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