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JJDESOLA
JJDESOLA 11/17/2012
2000 Buick Park Avenue Base 6Cyl3.8L - Steering & Suspension
I changed my struts and shocks using Monroe parts and my cars riding worse then ever what could I do
I changed the struts and shocks with new Monroe parts because I was told they would give the closet to a factory ride but now my cars riding worse then ever
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  • Jimm
    Jimm 11/18/2012
    Need more information - what exactly is meant by...'riding worse than ever.? Understand this description is subjective - do you mean harsher, more stiff, less control - please post a reply and clarify what is meant - for further assistance.

    Generally, the new shocks and struts - when replaced - have a slight settling-in or breaking in period - usually takes only a few miles, however.
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    Jimm
    JJDESOLA 11/28/2012
    It's riding rougher ride the handling is better but it's riding smooth anymore like these cars are suppose to it road better when I first bought it a year ago and recently I guess from so much driving they needed to be changed but I thought putting brand new it would ride almost like new but now it feels like they were never changed you feel every bump and groove in the road worse like a old ford not a Buick park avenue and its been a couple months now at least
    Jimm
    JJDESOLA 12/4/2012
    Do you think the parts defective? Or is something else needed? Or is it the brand I used?
    Jimm
    JJDESOLA 12/12/2012
    Hi can anyone help please
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