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Since these are shocks only and not struts on the back, it's a straight remove and replace operation on them. You will not need another wheel alignment with just a rear shock change. The only time you need a new alignment is when you mess with the geometry of the suspension. If you changed out ball joints, struts, tie rods, or the like.


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This is a job for a slide hammer - fixed to the hub and will apply the force directly in the most useful direction.


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The photo suggests that the brake rotor is mostly covered in rust, the dust shield is mostly gone. The rusted rotor implies a severe brake deficit caused by an fault in the brake system. Under normal conditions the pads would have always full contact with the rotors, not allowing any rust to form. When a large portion of the rotors is rust-covered the pads ...


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I suggest using heat from a hair dryer to heat up the sticker so that the adhesive loosens and then you can carefully peel the sticker off.


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So, is the supply getting to the terminal on the window? If not then the cable can be broken in the area of the hinge... Is there a ground connection? same issue with broken cable. The third possibility is that all the thin elements have been damaged if the two things above are ok. One way to check is to use a test lamp or multimeter and check to see if ...


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After searching around I try to cut it open this weekend and the result was a complex circuit for my understanding. I'm post it here if someone is interested to see or explain how it works. So I ended up removing the whole circuit and creating a simple circuit with resistors and 2 diode the classic old way and hope that the LED want burn quickly.


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One of two things is going on with your DTS. Since it has air bags in the back, either one of the bags has ruptured or the air compressor has quit working. An airbag is pretty straightforward, as it's just replacement. The compressor on the other hand, may not be. It could be that the fuse/relay which runs the compressor has blown. Or the compressor itself ...


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Finally I installed my rear fog lights. I have documented all the steps I've made on my blog so hopefully it would help others like me. Here is the link: http://mynixworld.info/2017/05/10/installing-rear-fog-light-nissan-murano


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Sounds like a good plan, if you are fitting both left and right hand then you should run two wires. Have you checked the wiring at the lamps to check to see if the wires already exist - many manufacturers have one loom with all the wires for most things included as it is cheaper that making 15 versions... If using the ecu proves difficult, then you could ...


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