Coil springs and shock replacement. on 2002 Ford Taurus

coilsprings were replaced and was told that shocks also needed replaced. est. cost of these repairs if sprins were done first and shocks were than added

by in Pittsburgh, PA on July 19, 2009
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ANSWER by on July 19, 2009
Both front or rear its a duplication of labor to remove the shocks to later replace the springs or remove the springs to replace the shocks. To replace the front springs both sides or front struts in either case is about 2.5 hours plus steering alignment as required. Replace spring or shock replacement is about 2.8 hours
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