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Audi VW Shock Mount (A6 Quattro Passat) - Lemforder 8E0512121E$44.95
Audi Suspension Strut Cartridge - Meyle 4A0413031JMY$49.95
Audi Shock Mount Upper (Allroad) - Arnott M-2296$31.95
Audi Shock Absorber (A4) - KYB 343302$47.95
Audi Shock Absorber (TT) - KYB 343452$47.11
Audi Volkswagen Suspension Strut Cartridge - KYB 365008$42.95
Audi Volkswagen VW Suspension Strut Mounting Kit Front - Rein 1K0498331B$34.95
VW Audi Suspension Strut Housing - Schwaben SCW3435$39.95
Audi Suspension Strut Cartridge - KYB 366002$35.11
Audi Shock and Strut Parts
Audi is well known for showcasing elite vehicles over many years from their headquarters, in Germany. There, they have created vehicles that have given the auto industry a boost in the years they have been in business. Audi’s four rings symbolize their sophisticated engineering that continues to be pushed today. Macpherson struts built into the front suspension on all of the Audi A8’s. If you begin to notice things like your vehicle riding especially rough or the drive is not as smooth as it should be, you have to replace your Audi’s strut. This process is not hard to do from home. Each wheel will take about or so to finish. The first thing to do is disconnect the negative cable from your Audi’s battery. This will stop any accidental deployment of your air bags. Lift up the front of your Audi on the side you are working on with the jack. Put a jack stand beneath your vehicle close the jacking point and lift it to the frame. Loosen the lug nuts and remove the wheel from the car. Take off the grommets from the upper strut bolts in the engine area on the wheel wells and remove the upper strut nuts. Detach the brake hose bracket from the strut beneath your Audi, as well as the ABS sensor wire from the strut. FCP Euro has a wide inventory of Audi shock and strut parts and components, including all parts for your Audi vehicle.
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You are now ready to loosen the pinch bolt and nut on your upper control arm and then take off your control arm from the wheel knuckle. Next, take off your lower strut bolts and strut assembly. Put a spring compressor on the coil spring and secure it to take away the pressure from the spring cap. Detach the center nut from the strut rod, spring cap, coil spring, and spring seats, from your Audi’s strut. Put the coil spring on the new strut, as well as the new spring seats and spring cap. Put in the center nut on the strut rod and the spring compressor from the coil spring. Situate the strut and install the lower bolt. Next, fasten the bolt and connect the upper control arm to the wheel knuckle. Secure the pinch bolt with your socket and ratchet. Hook the ABS sensor wire back up to your Audi’s strut and put back the brake hose bracket to the strut, as well. Install the three upper strut nuts in the engine area and secure them with your socket and ratchet, again. Conceal the nuts with your grommets and put the wheel back on, as well as the lug nuts with your lug wrench. You are almost finished. Now, take away the jack stand from beneath your Audi and lower it. Replicate this process on the other wheel if needed and put back the negative cable to your battery. FCP Euro's attentive and steadfast call center team is ready to help out with any support or questions you have. If you are in need of suggestions to find out which shock or strut part is appropriate for your Audi, FCP has a large collection for the Audi brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.