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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-29-01, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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AU Front struts

Just checking my brakes today, and also noticed the struts were damp on the outside, which means they are leaking yeah?? My car has 73000k's, is it normal for them to start leaking already? Or have I got a good run out of them?? And are they easy to replace at home, or best left to the pros? thanx in advance
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nothing is hard if you have all the right tool and spring compressors as far as 73000kmm mm well take it toyou local dealer they may be faulty if your au is in warranty
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