Cost of coil spring replacement on 1993 Ford Taurus

Estimate shows cost of replacement of strut and shock absorber assembly, but what if coil springs also need to be replaced?

by in Washington, IA on June 20, 2011
3 answers
ANSWER by on June 20, 2011
The strut labor would be the same because the spring has to come off to change the strut. The rear shocks labor would not be enough because the labor for spring replacement will require more disassembly.
ANSWER by on June 20, 2011
labor on the front is 3.2 hr and labor in the back is 3.8 hr . shops can`t charge more then that you need to ask they how much they charge an hr.
ANSWER by on June 20, 2011
we sell what is called a quick stru that is a complete unit with a new spring and all hardware. it runs about 199 and 1.2 hours labor. fords are common for breaking springs and this is a good answer instead of building a new strut. Roy Ron, how are you??
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