Camry rear struts R&R

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Old 27 May 2006, 08:19 am   #1 (permalink)
Paul
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Default Camry rear struts R&R

I have a 92 Camry that needs rear struts. I have done front struts before
but cant see where the top of the strut tower comes through the trunk for
the rear struts. If someone could guide me I would appreciate it..Thnx


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Old 27 May 2006, 09:19 am   #2 (permalink)
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Lift up firmly on the front edge of the rear seat cushion to remove.
You access the strut mounts there.

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Old 27 May 2006, 01:57 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Camry rear struts R&R

Check out AutoZone's free repair guide on how to replace the rear
struts. I changed out the leaking OEMs with Gabriel Ultras a few months
ago. Excellent velocity-sensitive struts with lifetime warranty.
Definitely give them a thought if you haven't bought already.

http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBr...3d8013f661.jsp

http://www.gabriel.com/gforce1/eng/default.htm

Paul wrote:
> I have a 92 Camry that needs rear struts. I have done front struts before
> but cant see where the top of the strut tower comes through the trunk for
> the rear struts. If someone could guide me I would appreciate it..Thnx


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Old 27 May 2006, 08:00 pm   #4 (permalink)
skewe
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Default Re: Camry rear struts R&R

You will have to remove the rear seats...

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See my camry
http://www.golfer-review.com/m_toyot...camry-2000.htm

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