Today we will be installing a set of rear shocks on a 2004 Dodge caravan. The shock Absorber also fit several other Dodge Chrysler and Plymouth mini van models including in 1984 to 2007 Dodge caravan. 1984 to 2000 Plymouth Voyager. And 1987 to 2007 Dodge grand caravan. We recommend the Sensenbrenner shocks and struts when replacing your worn out shocks and struts. Since then shocks and struts come with a limited lifetime warranty http://turnitupmedia.com.
They are benchmark testing as industry leaders for quality and exceed original equipment specifications. They’re shocks or struts use Japanese in okay seals for superior leak resistance and come with a premium powder coated finish to provide long lasting corrosion and rust protection. The Sensenbrenner’s were quality meets affordability. The tools needed for this insulation included 18 millimeters socket and ranch and a 19 millimeter like rich. After getting the car up on the lift remove the rear wheels.
If you are doing this installation at home be sure to secure the vehicle using Jack’s thing. Remove the lower shock mounting Bo is an 18 millimeters socket and rants. After removing the ball you may need to place a floor Jack underneath the rear axle to release some pressure allowing the bolt come out. A top mounted simply bolted into the frame with an 80 millimeter bowl. Remove that ball in the shock should come free. Stellation as opposite of removal reattached the top of the shock first then the bottom. Note how the shock was mounted in mount the new one in the same position. This is usually with a larger part of the shock on top.
Make sure your bolter tie. Replace the wheels and you’re done. This concludes our rear shock installation on a 2004 Dodge caravan. Be sure to look for the front straight installation video for this vehicle and a check out a auto parts for your next set of sin sin quality replacement shocks and struts