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The Chevrolet Uplander, like almost every Chevrolet vehicle, is a rugged, high-performance vehicle meant to help you get where you need in style. Its design isn't nearly as bulky or overtly masculine as many other cars made by Chevrolet, but that doesn't change the fact that it can weather through many uneven roads without jostling you around too much.

This, in large part, is due to the amazing Uplander Struts by Chevrolet. The struts of the vehicle are meant to reduce shocks from the road and help suspend the body of the vehicle above the ground, and they do this job well. Unfortunately, the amount of stress this job puts on the struts means that it wears out quickly, especially the shock absorption part. Thus, they need to be maintained and replaced relatively often. Luckily, Parts Geek holds struts for the Uplander by Chevrolet in stock.

Chevrolet Uplander Struts They are available for the following Chevrolet Uplander years: 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05. This part is also sometimes called Chevrolet Uplander Shock. We stock struts parts for most Chevrolet models including Malibu, Impala, Equinox, Cobalt, Silverado 1500, HHR, Trailblazer, Cavalier, Traverse, Monte Carlo, Camaro, Aveo, Tahoe, 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 Uplander: Replacement, Monroe, KYB, FCS Automotive, Unity, Moog, Gabriel, API, TRQ and AC Delco.

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The perks of driving your Chevy Uplander minivan won't last long if the struts start to go. Over time, the struts take a beating. Every bump in the road is absorbed and dampened until there's so much wear and tear the suspension can't handle it anymore. It's not uncommon to replace struts. They're not hard to find. If the price tag of the repair has you concerned, search online for more affordable parts to maintain your ride.

Key Signs of Strut Problems

Lots of noise and bouncing can be expected if your Uplander's struts are failing. If the struts can no longer absorb vertical forces, you may find yourself bouncing around inside the vehicle, and this can become very uncomfortable. It is time to replace those 2005 Chevy Uplander rear shocks if this is the problem. Excessive fluid leaks from the shocks are visual signs something is wrong. The pistons of the shock absorbers can leak oil or hydraulic fluid if they are damaged or severely worn. In addition to difficult steering and handling, the related issues can vary depending on where the problem is. Problems with your 2008 Chevy Uplander rear shocks can lead to a squatting effect as you accelerate. If the front shocks go bad, it can be evident when braking. A cupping pattern in the tires can also mean the struts are not working properly.

How Often Should You Replace Your Shocks?

Although there's no definite time period, tests have indicated struts should remain good for at least 50,000 miles. The way your vehicle handles is the main factor in determining when shocks should be checked and/or replaced. A bad strut can cause the minivan to lean or sway when turning. Steering response may not be as good as it once was. These are some of the issues to look for to decide on replacing struts.

What Is the Front Strut on a Car?

A strut is basically a shock absorber encased in a coil spring. The complete assembly can dampen shocks and support the weight/height of your minivan. Every vertical motion adds energy that is absorbed by the spring, and dampened by the shock. Your 2008 Chevy Uplander struts connect directly to the frame of the vehicle and support the suspension and the wheels/tires. As complete suspension systems, struts are typically more expensive to replace than individual shock absorbers, but are well worth the investment.

What You'll Pay for Chevy Uplander Struts

The 2006 Chevy Uplander front struts are labor-intensive to replace. Parts are generally around $150 up to $200, but replacing one front strut/shock absorber can go for $430 to $536. To replace both front ones, the bill may rise to between $671 and $830. By comparison, a rear shock absorber for the same model year is $92 to $158. Replacing the rear pair can go as high as $270. stocks the struts you need to restore your vehicle's suspension. The prices are much lower and you'll likely pay much less than the figures mentioned above. We can't change labor charges and other fees, but our low online prices, set based on minimal overhead, enable us to help customers forget about their financial concerns regarding repairs. You can pay less for struts and think more about the smooth driving ahead.

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