Edmund Williams: Nice video. I need a rear strut mount for my 1996 Camry. What brand do you
Prarie449: Do i need a press for the spring?
hondaatc1987: Will OEM Toyota rear struts for a 1997 Camry XLE fit a 1993 Camry LE
rear? INTERCHANGEABLE in years?
Ken Watkinson: Thanks you Bryan Barnes for you input.My worker replaced struts and didn't
remove bolt for abs.I was accused of tampering with abs system.Abs light
Teo Lopez: Great video. Struts that he shows to use are just horrible. Ended up
getting higher end struts. These lasted me 6 months. Here in MA roads are
horrible, Rt.9 and back roads
Bryan Barnes: What about removing the bolt that holds the ABS wires on the strut? I did
not do that and now my ABS warning light is on. What now?
TheKreesman: Also, the sway bar nut OEM is 14 mm but you may need to do a replacement if
it's old and the stud doesn't stay stationary anymore. These are about
$20-25 apiece, and the nut is often 17 mils. You failed to mention taking
the bolt off that holds the ABS wires to safeguard them. That's 10 mils.
And the main mount bolts are NOT 22 mils, they're 19 mils, at least on a
TheKreesman: Be really careful with that first nut (14 mm) on the sway bar linkage,
especially if there's a lot of rust.. The hex nut slot strips easily and
that is NOT a bolt; it's just a stud going into the socket. The hex nut
slot is just there to stabilize the stud while undoing the nut. I turned it
too hard and the stud broke off inside the socket. Now I can't get the nut
off either, and will have to replace the whole 6" linkage.
EvendimataE: springs don't need to be changed?
Dustin Cavanaugh: Awesome video. Thank you for sharing your expertise! You are a master of
Jeanie Temple: Do I have to pull the rear seat to access the bolt that releases the side
rfn944: How do you replace the rubber ball joint on the stabilizer link? Are you
referring to the rubber boot only? Do you have a video on this?
Also does the new strut come with it's own rubber boot? Someone in the
comments said no.
Abu Mariam: Great Video as usual looks easy :-) but I know taking the seat alone will
be a challenge
Mark Rauser: Thats when the middle of the tire wears more than the outside and its doing
that because you need new struts
Timothy Branthoover: Good video, only thing I would add is if you have the cloth interior,
remove the pieces by the seats first. Dirt sticks to it easy.
merlynbill: The video says very specifically that the boots are attached and come with
the struts. Be aware they do not and you will have to order them extra.
Cerju: does anyone know what size of allen socket is the one for the link?
Joe Chagas: I have to replace the left rear strut on my Corolla 1999 and I believe it
is the same way. Thank you for the very clear video. Joe
Wrenchpro: So I changed my struts all four on my Toyota Camry 1999 V6 XLE, but I get a
rubbing sound from the rear driver side every time I drive on a curvy road.
Could I be my trailing arm, or did I just buy a bad shock? I also replaced
the sway bar endlink, however I still get the same sound. all I carry in
the trunk is a fairly light weight stroller.
APXautoparts: They absolutely will. I had this problem on my Jetta rears. If you can
afford it...its often not a bad idea to replace your shocks/struts and
tires at the same time.
APXautoparts: The 2003 falls within the 2002-2003 range of Toyota Camry. We have not
performed an installation on the 2003 yet but it should be a very similar
process to what you see here.
DesertDigger1: It did need a new motor but the body and interior are in excellent
condition.Got a used low mileage engine for $600 and it runs like a top.It
has new struts now and also bought a 2011 Camry but kept the 96.The guy
that owns the salvage yard had too many vehicles and had to make room,thats
why it was slated for the crusher.
DesertDigger1: Good info,thanks.I wouldn't have thought about replacing the stabilizers as
well,only makes sense though,why put new parts with old parts.I towed my 96
Camry 17,000 miles behind my RV on a car dolly with a loaded trunk all
original struts,I,m sure it didn't do it justice...But now its time for
replacements.Around $120 per strut minus labor is what I,m seeing.160000
miles on it and it gets 36 M.P.G.Paid $185 from a salvage yard that was
going to crush it.Kinda like a rescue dog.4 years now.
ryanfromnm: Hey! Thank you for this vid...i got down to the top of the strut and was
confused if i should remove the three bracket bolts or try to take the main
nut off the top of the shock. wish my job was moving as fast as this video
Solomon Yim: how much is a ball joint.
APXautoparts: There is a link in my description above for your 1996 Camry struts. Just
deselect what you do not need and use the promo code "camryvideo". We
essentially sell all four struts for around $160.
rstjclemmons: Will bad rear struts cause your rear tires to cup?
APXautoparts: This video says that the boots come attached to the "strut mounts". It does
not say that they come with the struts.
Seth Bruns: Me too buddy, me too. Wouldn't we all love to get our Camry ride quality
back to factory, these Camry's were magic carpets. I love my 99
APXautoparts: Yes, it should be the same.
a1exgerman: I hate videos like this, make me feel like I could replace my struts in 10
minutes. I know ill be in there 3 days later with half the job done and
something irreparably damaged.
APXautoparts: It could be the trailing arm. I would check to make sure that your
stabilizer bar link is in good condition, though this would make more of a
clunking sound. You may also want to make sure that the coil spring is in
the proper position as sometimes the spring will slip and rub on the seat
if not positioned properly. Another source of noise could be a worn coil
spring seat insulator.
SaganAppreciationSoc: What is cupping? The top inside wall of my tires are now rubbing against my
struts. I have 8 tires each on their own rims (summers and snows). It the
same for all of them.
Joseph Upali: Thank you very much Sir, now will this video work for my 2003 Camry rear
APXautoparts: The rear strut mounts for the 97-2001 is part number 70050 and they do show
on the website with the boot attached. The 92-96 is a different strut mount
part number, which I should have noted in the video. It is part number
70180 and does not have the boot attached.
allnonevideo1: Disappointed with not showing how to un-screw all 3 three nuts off the top
of the strut. One the one easy one is shown, not the other 2 pain in the
butt ones.????? Come on show the whole process, everything else was good
SaganAppreciationSoc: You paid $186 for working Camry with 160K? Why were they going to crush it?
What work did it need?
sferris5316: I've heard it's pretty much the same as a toyota avalon. I have a 96, is
the installation pretty much the same?
Norman Y: get it on a lift or something that will allow you to see the strut. If its
cracked or leaking it needs replacement (the strut). Get your aligment
checked too. It could be just that. Strut is the worst you have to worry
lnstrnt: The vid cites 1992-2001. Would the steps be roughly the same for my 1990
Camry? Also ... I'm unsure of the last strut-replacement mileage; but I'm
getting slight cupping on the driver-rear tire. What's the best way to know
clearly that I do or don't need new shocks/struts. Might I only need new
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