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For reliability and modestly priced quality, car buyers rely on solidly crafted cars produced by Toyota. Safeguards and consistency are important for Toyota, a trusted auto dealer with a reputation for quality. You trust cars from Toyota for their reliable operation and their superb style. For cars that are respected for superior fuel saving capabilities, performance and long lasting service life, vehicle buyers count on Toyota. For lavish designs at a less expensive cost, drivers trust Toyota to meet their vehicle needs. It doesn't matter if you race competitively or just appreciate driving a high-performance vehicle, the best quality auto parts are critical. Since a car's Toyota Sequoia Struts affect a vehicle's handling, they are thought of as imperative safety features. When your Toyota Sequoia Struts become damaged, it can have an adverse effect on the car's handling and brake performance. Toyota Sequoia Struts integrate the role of a damper and lateral support; this removes any requirement for the upper suspension arm. Usually the most frustrating thing about restoring your vehicle is finding a dependable source of quality parts.


Toyota Sequoia Struts They are available for the following Toyota Sequoia years: 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01. This part is also sometimes called Toyota Sequoia Shock. We stock struts parts for most Toyota models including Camry, Corolla, Avalon, RAV4, Highlander, Tacoma, Sienna, Tundra, 4Runner, Prius, Solara, Celica, Venza, Matrix, Tercel, Echo, Yaris, Previa, MR2 Spyder, MR2, FJ Cruiser, Paseo, Supra, Prius V, Cressida, Prius C, Prius Plug-In, Corona, 86 and Starlet.

We stock these Struts brands for the Toyota Sequoia: Replacement, Monroe, Moog, Gabriel, Unity, API and DIY Solutions.


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Driving around with worn struts is an experience that cannot be ignored. The once smooth roads will feel like you are in a vintage truck. Your struts are there to absorb the up and down movement with imperfections on the road. There's not much you can do to ensure they last but, generally the more bumps and debris there are where you drive most, the greater the wear on the struts. When the time comes, replacement parts will restore your vehicle's suspension system.

When You Have a Strut Problem

Stability is maximized by your struts, since they keep the tires in contact with any surface. Providing a smooth ride, they absorb the impacts every time. You'll therefore notice if your Toyota Sequoia shocks are going bad. In addition to a bumpy ride and rocking and rolling, the rear of the vehicle might bottom out with a full load, sometimes enough for the back end to hit pavement. A forward plunge might happen when you apply the brakes, if there's a problem with the front struts. Bad struts can do more than just make things unpleasant. They can make the SUV unpredictable to handle. It might pitch from side to side, which can make steering difficult. Toyota Tundra struts and Toyota 4Runner struts also must be in top condition to avoid any of these problems.

What Are the Struts on a Car?

Struts are complete assemblies that include shock absorber like piston-in-cylinder components, plus a spring mechanism that mounts both to the vehicle chassis and the wheels. They are essential structural components of the suspension system. The spring keeps the vehicle at the desired height.

How Much Does It Cost to Replace Struts on a Car?

Every car and every type or brand will affect the cost of struts. Honda Pilot struts will cost a different amount than Lexus struts, and so on. In a Toyota Sequoia from 2006, it costs from $372 to $657 to replace both front struts/shock absorbers. For one side, it tops out at about $363. Both rear shocks, on the other hand, can go for over $1,100 to replace, and just one side tops out at under $600, but you might get lucky and spend just over $100. The final price largely depends on where the parts are sourced from and what your mechanic charges for labor.

Saving on Toyota Sequoia Replacement Shocks

The prices for the same parts vary depending on the retailer. You can very easily spend top dollar by not shopping around, but a little research will prove that you don't need to spend as much as the first figure you see. A great deal of cash can be saved by visiting online automotive parts and accessories suppliers such as PartsGeek.com. We're able to save you because we save by running an exclusively online operation. Passing on the savings, we enable customers to benefit because our parts are more affordable, so replacing shocks and struts isn't something that you feel obligated to put off.


Some of our Customer Reviews
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Reviewer: Cliff in Maine

This part is very easy to install on a 2002 toyota sequoia. turn steering wheel all the way one way to make it easier to get the bottom bolt out. If you can change a tire - you can replace this part! In 20 minutes I saved about $100 over the cost of having a mechanic do it.

2002 Toyota Sequoia Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

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Reviewer: riversidemike

This sure beats having to remove and install the coils, hope you have these for some of my other cars.

Mike

2003 Toyota Sequoia Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

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Reviewer: riversidemike

Save time and money, best deal I've seen in a while.

Mike

2003 Toyota Sequoia Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

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Reviewer: James

Great Product! Would purchase again from this website.

2006 Toyota Sequoia Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

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Reviewer: Perfect Fit

I got bot the right and the left one, they fit perfectly - but remember - you have to let the front end hang, otherwise the sway bar will not allow you to replace one side at a time. Put the front end in the air supported by jack stands and allow both wheels to hang free. Then they fit right in. Love the ride and it feels like NEW!

2001 Toyota Sequoia Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

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Reviewer: Monroe strut and coil spring assembly

Product arrived quickly and was correct for the application. Very good pricing from PartsGeek. Beat the local large parts house by over $100.00 per strut assembly. Install was very simple. Thanks PartsGeek.

2006 Toyota Sequoia Strut and Coil Spring Assembly