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Rear Coil Springs

(1998 Toyota Sienna)
in Abilene, TX on July 10, 2010
What needs to be done to change out the rear coil springs on a 1998 Toyota Sienna. Are there any bolts or do I just use a decompression tool then jack the vehicle up.
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on July 11, 2010
You can use a spring compressor if you support the rear axle with a jack and remove the shock you should be able to lower the axle far enough to just pull the spring out.

Do one side at a time it will make lowering/raising the axle easier.
on July 13, 2010
Can I just compress the springs then raise the vehicle without lowering the axle.
on July 13, 2010
Can I just compress the springs then raise the vehicle without lowering the axle.
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