2001 Honda Civic Rear Strut Replacement
In this video we'll replace the rear struts on a 2001 Honda Civic. These
instructions will be the same for the 2001-2005 Honda Civic.
Replacing Honda Front Struts - EricTheCarGuy
Replacing Honda Front Struts - EricTheCarGuy
After posting the last video on replacing struts I thought I would post
this one next. I shot this along with the rest of the Accord front end
work that I did last fall. A couple of things are different, the most
obvious is that the springs are a much smaller diameter so you really need
to be careful when you work with these since the spring compressor doesn't
have as much to grab hold of. Second, when you install the struts back on
the car care must be taken to get the notch on the strut lined up with the
wishbone, if you don't do this the upper wishbone bolt will not go in since
it has to fit in a groove on the back of the strut.
For the second time I've shown you that I tighten the lower wishbone bolt
with the car off of the ground, the fact is I shouldn't do this since I'm
told it may ruin the bushing that goes through the lower control arm. I
believe this to be possible but I have not experienced any problems doing
it this way. For me it just seems like a pain in the butt to try and reach
around the tire after I've put the wheel back on. But for those of you
that like to point out my faults here is my excuse for not doing it the
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Simply the most effective compressor for virtually any straight, conical,
or offset spring.
Four-point locking jaws securely hold the spring in place.
Open-ended design means you can take the strut in and out, quickly and
The arms adjust in and out, accepting many different sizes of springs
(2-1/2" to 10" in diameter).
The arms adjust up and down, accepting many sizes of springs (2-1/2" to 24"
The 3-bar handle allows easy compression and decompression of the spring.
No need to change shoes for different size springs.
Includes StrutTamer spring compressor and mobile stand.
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Friends just got a riced up prelude and were gonna fix it, first we have to
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Honda Civic Front Strut Installation 2003, 2004, 2005
How to install Front Struts on a 2003-2005 Honda Civic.
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2006-2011 Honda Civic, Excluding Si Model
2003-2005 Honda Civic, Hybrid
2003-2005 Honda Civic, Excluding Hybrid
2002 Honda Civic, Excluding Si Model
2002 Honda Civic, Si Model
2001 Honda Civic, Excluding Si Model
1996-2000 Honda Civic, All Models
1992-1995 Honda Civic, All Models
ef honda civic rear suspension
ground control bilstein shock trailing arm
Here is my old torn up bushing
2003 Honda CRV Front Strut Replacement
Click the above link to find the struts for your vehicle. In this video
we'll show you how to remove and replace the front struts on a 2003 Honda
CRV. This is very similar for all CRV struts front and rear.
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Replacing Honda Struts
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 43 years, shows how to change out
suspension struts in your Honda. Visit Scottykilmer.com for answers to all
your car questions.
How to compress a coil spring with ratchet straps
I was compressing this coil on a 2000 Ford Taurus that was realy hard and I
wanted to get it done tonight because I have so much work & more keeps
coming. anyhow my coil spring compressors that I have used so many times
had met their match and I was nervice that they were going to break so I
used dollar stoor ratchet straps and they worked great. I think if you used
just 4 ratchet straps it would do the job.