Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Cuyahoga Falls,OH
If your just looking to be safe,you can go to advanced auto and buy 1 rear sensa trac shock for $40 go home,loosen lugs,jack up car,take off lugs,remove wheel,place second jack under rear spring mount of leaking shock,loosen and remove top and bottom shock bolts,pull shock off,attach top of new shock,lower the second jack under hub until you have enough room to get the shock lined up to put bottom bolt back in,tighten bolts,remove 2nd jack,put wheel and lugnuts back on,lower and remove first jack and Bob's your uncle your done. Rear shocks are as easy as an oil change,just have confidence in yourself and do it. Plus you'll feel great knowing you learned something new and saved $a ton of money. Good luck!!
2006 Cobalt ls,18" motegi rims,eibach extreme spring,koni yellows,real carbon fiber bolt on hood with scoop,redline spoiler,projector halo headlights,20% tint,carbon fiber bowties,custom carbon fiber dash kit,carbon fiber side mirrors, k&n typhoon cai ,full magnaflow exhaust with pacesetter header,twm short throw shifter,räzo weighted shift knob,ac delco iridium plugs,3 gauge pillar with a/f ratio,oil pressure,volt meter,alpine ina-w19 dd touch,everything else alpine as well.