Asked by: Nauset Padrosaasked in category: General Last Updated: 29th May, 2020
How much does it cost to replace shocks on a Jeep Grand Cherokee?
Likewise, how long do shocks last on Jeep Grand Cherokee?
If you’re looking for a shock absorber to replace your worn out factory parts, there’s tons of options, but only a few you should pay attention to. If you’re a true Jeeper, those factory shocks are not going to last you past 40-50k, often less depending on your location.
Also, does a Jeep Grand Cherokee have shocks or struts? Megan K. responded: The 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee has a strut and coil spring Assembly, Typically, struts consists of a coil spring to support the vehicle’s weight, a strut housing to provide rigid structural support for the assembly, and a damping unit within the strut housing to control spring and suspension movement.
Subsequently, question is, how do you change shocks on a Jeep Grand Cherokee?
Rear Shock Replacement
- Remove the two mounting bolts using a ratchet and a 18-mm socket. Place a 18-mm wrench onto the nut and remove the bolts.
- Pull the shock from the mounting brackets.
- Place the new shock into position.
- Repeat theses steps to the opposite side of the vehicle to replace the remaining rear shock.
How much do new shocks cost for a Jeep?
The average cost for a Jeep Wrangler shock absorber replacement – rear is between $214 and $321. Labor costs are estimated between $70 and $89 while parts are priced between $144 and $232. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.