shocks hasn't changed much over the years. Different vehicles are
all slightly different, but the basics remain the same. Unbolt the
old shocks, bolt on the new ones.
I show you how to install shocks using simple hand tools most home
mechanics already have. In this case, the vehicle is a 1997-2003
Ford 2WD F150. But just about any rear wheel drive car or truck
with a typical front upper - lower control arm suspension will be
the same as you see here.
I may show how to install rear shocks, but those are usually easier
than the front, so if you can do this installation, the rears are
to take ALL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHENEVER WORKING ON A VEHICLE.