Lift Car.... on 1990 Honda Civic

I have a 1990 Honda Civic Hatch back. The car was lowered and I want to lift it back to it's original height... what do I do??

by in Milton, PA on February 20, 2009
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ANSWER by on February 20, 2009
You will need to replace the rear suspension coil springs, replace the rear shock absorbers, the front shocks and springs will need to be replaced as well. Check that there is no damage, if the car has been "bottomed out" the exhaust may have been damaged. After the suspensions have been brought back to stock parts a 4 wheel alignment will be necessary to reset caster camber and toe set.
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ANSWER by on December 28, 2009
get stock springs and struts or if it already has same struts then just lift the car up and install stock springs
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ANSWER by on December 15, 2010
Ckeck if it got adjustable springs then just adjust of all of them to the height u want it to be
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