1995 Nissan


Joe Bob

August, 10, 2008 AT 8:11 AM

Suspension problem
1995 Other Nissan Models Front Wheel Drive Automatic

I just changed my struts for the first time. I changed the driver side the first day, and the car started pulling to the right. I thought it was due to having the old on one side and the new on the other. I replaced the other side the next day, it still pulls to the right. I have also noticed in the last week since the repair, that I can hear what sounds like the spring on the driver side changing positions, popping back and forth between two positions. I have taken the strut out, compressed the spring and rotated the upper plate about an inch, but the problem still persists. Any ideas or answers will be much appreciated, thanks. Joe


1 Answer



August, 10, 2008 AT 8:25 AM

The spring needs to be in the strut assembly a certain way, if you give us the model, maybe I can get you a diagram, if it's in wrong it will rub on the inner fender area. And the alignment will be way off!

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