Front end Shocks on 1998 Toyota Camry

The front end of my cambry scrapes the curbs. Can the shocks in the front be raised by an inch or two easily. - thanks Bill Charles

by in Murrieta, CA on April 08, 2009
2 answers
ANSWER by on April 08, 2009
The shock do not control the height of the car it is the suspension coil spring that determines the ride height of the car. Perhaps the springs are sagged but changing ride height effects steering geometry handling ect... Has your car stock tires and stock suspension components or has someone "lowered the car". Perhaps but talk to a tire store the cheapest thing to do is put taller tire on the car. Going to a taller tire side wall would raise the car one inch.
ANSWER by on November 15, 2010
Before replacing the front struts on my v-6 camry the front end would occasionally bottom out. As recommended I replaced the struts, and it has not bottomed out again. I have noticed higher riding height. I replaced with good KYB's. I've been told by Toyota and other mechs that it is rare for the springs on this vehicle to fail.
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