HOW TO REPLACE SHOCK ABSORBERS:
LAND ROVER FREELANDER II
Learn How To Replace Land Rover Freelander II Shock Absorbers
Learn how to replace Land Rover Freelander II front shock absorbers with our comprehensive guide. The video outlines every step of the process from removing the old shock absorbers to fitting new ones in the vehicle.
Please note that Land Rover shock replacement and maintenance may vary depending on the model and year.
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LAND ROVER FREELANDER II SHOCK ABSORBER REPLACEMENT TOOLS
Make sure you have the following vehicle maintenance and repair tools at your disposal:
- KYB Front Shock Absorber for Land Rover Freelander II – R&L: Twin Tube Excel G, Part No: 335830 or 335829
- Penetrating oil
- Jack lift
- Phillips screwdriver
- Flat head screwdriver
- Socket wrench: 13, 18mm
- Spanner: 12, 13, 15, 18, 21mm
- Allen key: 5, 6mm
- Ball joint separator
- Mallet and pin
- Spring compressor
- Strut expander tool
- Shock absorber tool:
Passage socket: 18, 19mm
Socket wrench insert: 6mm
LAND ROVER FREELANDER II FRONT SHOCK ABSORBER REPLACEMENT STEPS
- Raise the vehicle using a transmission jack lift
- Disconnect the old shock absorber
- Remove the old shock absorber
- Set up the new shock absorber
- Fit the new shock absorber into the wheel arch
- Re-attach the wiring and cowl grille
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Should I replace all 4 Land Rover Freelander 2 shocks at the same time?
It is recommended to replace all 4 Land Rover Freelander 2 shocks at the same time. This will allow for even handling and control while driving.
Is it worth changing Land Rover Freelander 2 shocks?
It is worth changing Land Rover Freelander 2 shocks if the current shocks are worn out. This will prevent other parts of the vehicle such as the suspension or tyres from getting damaged.
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