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Old 06-15-2001, 12:57 PM
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Pretty easy DIY job. Requires removing the rear seat, as that is where the top ends of the rear shocks live. Never done it on a coupe, but probably the same as a sedan. No spring compressor required. On mine the lower bolts on the front shock required kind of an unusual socket. If I remember right, it was a 10mm 12 point.

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