1997 Buick Park Avenue Q&A
1997 Buick Park Avenue Question: Air Shocks
The estimate given for the rear shocks on your 1997 Buick Park Avenue takes into account both regular and air shocks. The low end of the estimate range would be standard shocks installed at an independent repair shop and the upper end of the estimate would be the most expensive air shocks installed at the dealer. I hope this helps! - Oakman
Esatimate I have to replace rear air shocks for 2002 Buick Ultra is $277.00 - Visitor
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