How To Replace Nissan Juke Shock Absorbers

Learn how to replace Nissan Juke front shock absorbers with our comprehensive video tutorial. The video showcases the correct fitment of the shock absorbers, coil springs, and mounting kits. Please note that Nissan shock replacement and maintenance greatly depends on the year of the vehicle.

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Nissan Juke Shock Absorber Replacement Tools

Raise the Nissan Juke using a transmission jack lift and make sure you have the following tools at your disposal:

  • KYB Front Shock Absorber for Nissan Juke – R&L: Excel-G, Twin Tube (Part No.339754 / 339755)
  • Torque/socket wrench: 13, 14, 18, 19, 21 mm
  • Spanners: 18, 21 mm
  • Allen key sockets: 6 mm
  • Hammer
  • Pin punch
  • Penetrating oil
  • Wheel chocks
  • Transmission jack lift
  • Coil spring compressor

Nissan Juke Front Shock Absorber Replacement Steps

  1. Spray control arm nuts and bolts with penetrating oil
  2. Disconnect wiring and brake housing
  3. Remove the old Nissan Juke shock absorber
  4. Set up the new Nissan Juke shock absorber
  5. Fit the new shock absorber into the wheel arch
  6. Re-attach the stabiliser link, control arm, and wiring

Master Each Step With Our Nissan Shock Replacement Video

Frequently Asked Questions

Does a Nissan Juke have shocks or struts?

The Nissan Juke has both shocks and struts, which allows for maximum performance when driving. The combination allows the driver to steer the car with ease and brake smoothly.

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Common fitting tips

Front or back, and no matter the vehicle, make sure you follow these installation tips.

Suspension: an overview

The ins and outs of vehicle suspension, and the signs of worn shock absorbers.

Common failure reasons

Learn more about the common causes of shock absorber failure and how to address them.

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