How To Replace Mazda 5/3 Blown/Leaky Rear Shocks




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Bobby Stevens: How much were those

PeaceWithDefenseOnly: If I were you, I would have changed the whole stuff there:
- dustcover and bump stops come in pairs, cheap and the bump stops age too
- Top bushing break is very common in Mazda-s of that time (Ford based suspension). Either the aluminum cracks or the rubber part ages and erodes. Not too expensive either.
It would be bad to take apart the whole stuff again if one of those need replacement soon.

Vinh Hoang: New shocks yo !!!!! lol

maximus morrisimo: Just put 2 new drop links on Myn and swapped the oil shocks for gas....

trevor eichel: Thanks i think 70 of this views are mine but i was able to do it.

gustavogarza1: Mine fishtails a bit after going over bumps or manholes. I did the bounce test and it failed. Is that another common symptom of bad shocks?

Agartha Asamoah: sledge hammer my favorite tool always works

Adam Brown: not sure if your're still making videos, but you could put links to buy the tools and products and make a commission.

Chin Chilla: Thanks man!

Joshua Roberg: good job bud

Mirza Haroon mughal: Good job!! Well done

Dane Belden: Well done video - thanks for the help!

Simon Blake: Thanks for the helpful video dude. You probably save me about €100. And I managed to get a socket set instead of paying a garage. I also was trying to remove the weld nut like an idiot.

Niamh Fitzpatrick: Great video. Quick question. My shock is in the same condition on a mazda5 and there is a clunking noise. Does this sound like the right symptom of a leaky shock?

fleet tech: When you taking the wheel off you do not need the extension on the breaker bar as it will be harder to remove the nuts

Peter Diaz: thanks bro, great video

kelvin glen: thanks much bro

Brian Leung: You done a great job making this video and it's very useful. I encountered a problem as the old shock absorber wouldn't compress when taking it out so I just cut it to make more room.

Rick Waller: Skip the first half of the video to get to the part where he is actually changing the shock.

brent56and1: This looks so easy. Why do shops charge so much? Firestone quoted me $600 to replace my rear shocks.
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