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For distinguished style at a more economical cost, vehicle buyers count on Chevrolet to meet their vehicle needs. People who revel in optimized car or trucks know that nothing is more vital than installing the newest aftermarket parts for your vehicle. Outstanding car manufacturers know the vital importance of great performance. Chevrolet Monte Carlo Struts combine the job of a shock with horizontal support; this removes the need for the upper suspension arm. MacPherson-type Struts are the most usual kind used in vehicle suspension systems, and consolidate the shock absorber with a spring in a single part. The car's Struts provide a dampening function similar to shock absorbers, but they also act as structural support for the suspension. Struts are very tough but the internal shock absorbing component can fail, involving removal of the entire unit. Since the car's Struts have so much effect of the car's handling, they are considered to be safety features of the vehicle. Vehicle trouble can cause a lot of anxiety, but a company like PartsGeek will solve your problems in no time.


Chevrolet Monte Carlo Struts They are available for the following Chevrolet Monte Carlo years: 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95. This part is also sometimes called Chevrolet Monte Carlo Shock. We stock struts parts for most Chevrolet models including Malibu, Impala, Equinox, Cobalt, Silverado 1500, HHR, Trailblazer, Cavalier, Traverse, Camaro, Aveo, Tahoe, Uplander, Prizm, Lumina, Suburban 1500, Venture, Avalanche, Cruze, Colorado, Trailblazer EXT, Tracker, Sonic, Classic, Aveo5, Impala Limited, Metro, Suburban, Volt, Captiva Sport, Spark, Corsica, Trax, Caprice, Beretta, Nova, Celebrity, Lumina APV, Silverado 1500 Classic and Cruze Limited.

We stock these Struts brands for the Chevrolet Monte Carlo: Replacement, Monroe, Moog, KYB, Gabriel, Unity, API, TRQ and Sachs.


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After extensive use, your Chevrolet Monte Carlo Struts will begin to wear down and need replacing. The strut in your Chevrolet Monte Carlo is an essential part of your car's suspension system. This is because it is attached to the front wheels and it's used to absorb road shock, providing a more relaxed and smoother ride. Most vehicles that were manufactured after 1995 use shock absorbers in the rear and have strut assemblies for the front suspension. In older cars, you might find shock absorbers on all four wheels. In case you have worn out or damaged struts, it might affect the ride quality of your car as well as stability and braking.

How Struts Work

The strut assembly in your Chevrolet Monte Carlo is normally located at the front or rear of the car; this component is basically a shock absorber with a spring that offers additional support. The front wheels normally have extra weight on them because of the engine and need extra support to absorb the shock from the road. The shock absorber in your Chevrolet Monte Carlo has a piston and a cylinder that contains a gas or liquid substance. The spring is normally attached to the piston so that when you drive over a bump, the piston that's inside the cylinder moves up and down against the gas or fluid and the spring, absorbing the shock that is produced from the bump. After extensive use, your Chevrolet Monte Carlo Strut assembly becomes worn out just like any other component of your vehicle. It will start leaking and will cause an unstable and uncomfortable ride. If you have worn out shocks, there are chances that your tires and road might lose contact and this can seriously impact on your controlling ability.

How will I know my Struts are Wearing Out?

When your struts start to wear out, it will normally affect your handling and turn ability. In case you notice hydraulic fluid leaking from one or more struts then it's time you had them replaced. When you push your hood down by hand, and it bounces three or four times, then you need to get them replaced. If you notice that you have uneven tire wear, usually leading to tire cupping, making them produce a dribbling sound, then it's time you replaced your struts. Also, when you decide it's time to have your struts changed it's important to have your mechanic perform a full suspension inspection, this is a very important check to make, to ensure none of the suspension parts need replacing. You also need to replace your struts in sets to ensure safety and stability.

Chevrolet Monte Carlo Struts costs

A Chevrolet Monte Carlo Strut replacement costs between $450 and $647. The labor costs are estimated between $228 and $289 while the parts are priced between $222 and $358. It's advisable to get a personalized quote that is based on your location, the make, year and model of your car. When it comes to purchasing your Chevrolet Monte Carlo Struts, it's recommended that you get them from a reputable, reliable online retailer. PartsGeek.com is an online auto parts and accessories retailer. We sell all Chevrolet Monte Carlo auto parts and accessories exclusively online, meaning there are no overhead costs.


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Reviewer: Jeff Lorge

Having been in the auto industry for over 35 years, I've alway's taken all my car's to the "next level" to make it my own. Well when it came to my 2005 Monte Carlo after engine performance and braking upgrades, the suspension and handling aspect's where an obvious next step. The KYB "AGX" series adjustable struts at all 4 corners proved to be the right choice! They are far exceeding my expectation's and has made this car FUN to drive!

2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Strut Assembly

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Reviewer: Monte Carlo strut

Received the exact same strut I could get from local auto store for half the cost. Rides great, fit nicely.

2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Strut Assembly

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Reviewer: Monroe quick struts - front 07 Monte Carlo

Struts went in fine, shipped for free and arrived ahead of estimate. Correct part, no damage, no problems.

2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

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Reviewer: Kristen Q

Everything was delivered fast and easy!! Cheapest site around!

2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Strut Assembly

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Reviewer: Simple swap, great results

The strut assembly came packaged well, quicker than I expected. The swap out was not difficult, quicker than the standard labor time shown on alldatadiy.com I replaced all 4 strut assemblies and tires; the ride improvement is dramatic.

2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

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Reviewer: Lee

Product was delivered on time. The packing was done with care. The product seems to be of good quality, and I was really happy with the price

1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Strut Assembly