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Needed, repair manual & all 4 struts.
If you "google" it you should find several options including KYB and Monroe for under $150 each plus shipping. If the rear are air shocks you may have to convert to standard.
You may also have to have someone in the US ship them to you instead of directly from the store. The problem may be the gas inside.
on Nov 03, 2015
I have a 2002 mazda
Can't solve, but, had the same problem. Replaced everything the codes indicated. Drove a couple of weeks and the transmission went. Third gear is gone.
Almost $ 2000.00 to chase the codes, now the transmission is going to cost $ 2,700.00 to rebuild.
Take car to a trans. shop before the transmission burns up and the rebuild will be less!!!!
on Oct 23, 2015
My radio, interior light, and automatic door locks don't work. Which fuse's do I change when the burned out one's I have changed keep blowing out?
Fuses are a circuit's way of saying HELP! When fuses blow there is almost always something malfunctioning to cause it - possible even the wiring itself. Without system schematics and proper tools and training, the average DIYer is not going to correct this type of problem. Even some techs at local shops are stymied by electrical issues like these. There are specialists to do nothing but Auto Electrical work. They have special equipment and training to fix these problems. They are usually no more expensive, labor-wise, than any other shop, but they are more likely to find the problem quickly, and more important, CORRECTLY, the first time. Look one of them up. Whatever you attempt, be warned....putting in larger value fuses may only produce what we in the business like to call a "smoke test". Larger fuses will allow more current to flow before blowing the fuse, often at the expense of the wiring itself. Once the wires melt (the "smoke" part of the test), the repair costs multiply rapidly...if repairs are even cost-effective after the damage is done!
on Jun 28, 2015
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