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- The shock stud appears too short or noises occur after installation.
- Noises After Shock/Strut Replacement: Causes.
- Hydraulic Fluid Leak: Causes.
- Not enough stud threads visible to install or tighten the upper mounting nut.
- The vehicle reacts unevenly or oddly over bumps.
- Over-tightening the upper strut shaft mounting nut causes damage.
- Does any fluid need to be put into the strut housing when replacing a cartridge-style strut?
- The supplied small parts kit has too many or not all of the parts needed.
- The original mounting stud nut does not thread correctly or damages the new KYB shock/strut upper mounting stud threads.
- The replacement shock/strut has a shorter upper mounting stud.
- 95-99 Nissan Maxima Rear Strut Fails Prematurely.
- The new shock or strut appears shorter than the unit removed from the vehicle.
- The left or right strut installs OK, but the other side won’t line up correctly.
- The strut started leaking fluid from the upper seal shortly after installation.