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The distinctive appeal of a luxurious GMC is the epitome of first-rate know-how, form and function. To add to the horses of your vehicle's motor, think about a few of these optional parts that are especially designed to raise performance. You purchased a high-performance car for its excellent engine power and performance, back up that decision with outstanding replacement parts. GMC Envoy Struts are extremely rugged but the interior spring component can wear out, necessitating removing the complete unit. Because the Struts have so much effect of a vehicle's handling, struts can be regarded as critical safety features. One of the most basic parts of your suspension system is your Struts, which are basically shock absorbers mounted within springs. Since Struts provide both damping in addition to horizontal support, they are required to be much bulkier and stiffer than a regular spring. The MacPherson variety Struts turn laterally with the front tires, which differs from the Chapman variety utilized in the rear tires. When you buy from the specialists here at, you can feel confident that you are finding the best parts and the best possible price.

GMC Envoy Struts They are available for the following GMC Envoy years: 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02. This part is also sometimes called GMC Envoy Shock. We stock struts parts for most GMC models including Acadia, Sierra 1500, Yukon, Envoy XL, Terrain, Yukon XL 1500, Canyon, Envoy XUV, Yukon XL, Sierra 1500 Classic, Sierra 2500 HD, Yukon XL 2500 and Tracker.

We stock these Struts brands for the GMC Envoy: Replacement, Monroe, FCS Automotive, KYB, Gabriel, Unity, API, TRQ and Moog.

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Struts are integral parts of your vehicle's suspension system. They are designed to maximize shock absorption and provide a place for the coil spring to be mounted. The spring maintains the height and the entire assembly and provides for superior shock dampening as you drive. As the struts take the brunt of the action, they will wear out. How soon depends on the environment they operate in. Worn struts should be replaced before too long, to avoid more hassles and enjoy a smooth ride.

What Is the Strut Assembly?

A shock absorber works by dampening up and down motion. The piston, which fits inside a cylinder, moves against oil, gas, or both, so it is cushioned and can function efficiently. Leaks and damage will require you get GMC Envoy replacement shocks. A spring is also part of the assembly. It has connection points securing it to the knuckle. The complete strut assembly ensures stability in a variety of road conditions, and prevents vibrations and shaking from affecting the interior of the cabin.

How to Change Front Struts on 2004 GMC Envoy SUVs

There should be instructions with the part. If you are going to change the spring as well, a spring compressor is needed to properly and safely mount the spring. The vehicle must be raised, and wheel removed, to access the strut. A bolt has to be removed, and then the sway bar/end link. Take out the lower strut link nut, disengage the link, and then the lower strut mounting arm. Once the upper strut nuts are removed, the old strut can then be taken out. The strut and strut nuts are then installed on the SUV and you can now follow the same steps in reverse. In this process, the proper tools, equipment, and safety precautions must be used. Unless you have experience, shocks and struts for 2003 GMC Envoy vehicles are best installed by a professional.

Signs a Strut Needs to Be Replaced

The most common sign is noise from the suspension every time the SUV goes over a bump, pothole, or debris. If the vehicle rocks from side to side when turning, and if things get too bumpy, GMC Envoy strut replacement is likely a necessity. The problem will tend to get worse over time, rather than suddenly. If the rear of the vehicle bottoms out when speeding up, the rear struts are bad. Plunging of the front end when braking can mean the front struts are worn out. Replacing bad struts is important, because the vehicle can otherwise become unpredictable to handle and steer, and the wheels could lose contact with the surface in certain conditions, causing you to lose control of the vehicle.

Replacement Costs

The 2002 GMC Envoy struts and shocks on one side cost $193 to $334, but these are often done in pairs. Replacing both 2005 GMC Envoy front struts can cost as much as $634. Whether you're having 2003 GMC Envoy front shocks redone or getting similar automotive service, the final cost can vary based on many factors. One that you have the most control over is where the part is bought. If you go with an online supplier like, you can save the most. We enjoy passing on the savings of running our business online. Changing your struts and shocks therefore does not have to be cost-prohibitive.

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