93-97 Alante Deville Eldorado Seville Front And Rear Strut Removal
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    93-97 Alante Deville Eldorado Seville Front And Rear Strut Removal

    hi to all i was just recently on Arnott Industries website looking atstruts that i want to purchase,and stumbled upon their installation instructions!! they are good for the 1993 Alantes, 93-2002 eldorado, 94-96 deville, and 93-97 seville !!!! hope this help all who want to do thier own installing of their struts!!!!!!!! it also includes pictures!!!!

    tell me what yall think!!!!


    the link is an adobe PDF link!!!!!

    http://www.arnottindustries.com/file...120&Size=SMALL

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    Re: 93-97 Alante Deville Eldorado Seville Front And Rear Strut Removal

    yeah these install instructions are great, cept for a few things they leave out, like how to get the sway bar links off if they're stuck in place which mine were, and how to get enough leverage on the rear top shock nut.

    I did a writeup with some tips http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...2Barnott%2Betc
    but overall the Arnott procedure mirrors the FSM and is very accurate and helpful...

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