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Choose from top brands including: StabilusSachsRhino PacReplacementMonroeStrong ArmTuff SupportFebiAPA/URO PartsGenuineAC DelcoFCS AutomotiveFirst Equipment Quality

Hatch StrutIn a vehicle filled with plenty of complex mechanical and electrical systems, one of the most straightforward left standing may be the suspension system. This network of struts, springs, and connections is responsible for quite literally keeping your vehicle up off the road – and problems in your suspension system can take you and your car out of commission with little warning. One key component in many suspensions is a hatch strut, which is part of the overall supporting mechanism of the vehicle. Overall, a suspension generally includes a network of springs, shock absorbers, and linkages that combine to connect a vehicle to its wheels. Front and rear suspensions may be built differently, but each serves the same general purpose. A good suspension contributes to good handling and braking – and a worn suspension can make handling and braking functions unsound and unsafe. Plus, a top-notch suspension can dramatically improve the quality of the ride for the driver and passengers. To keep your suspension in top condition, visit PartsGeek.com, where you’ll find an incredible selection of parts at prices that cannot be beat.

Replacement Hatch Struts

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Rear Replacement Hatch Strut - for 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee - 827-008 Click to Enlarge
5 Stars
Replacement 827-008
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: 827-008
Brand: Replacement
Notes: Hatch Lift Support -- SET OF (2) REAR TAILGATE LIFT SUPPORT STRUTS; (1) LEFT AND (1) RIGHT
Position: Rear
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Free Ground Shipping
$29.95
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(99) In Stock
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Catalog: E
Vehicle
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Rear Right Stabilus Hatch Strut - for 2004 Porsche Cayenne - W0133-1852109 Click to Enlarge
5 Stars
Stabilus W0133-1852109
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: W0133-1852109
Brand: Stabilus
Notes: w/o Power Lift
Position: Rear Right
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground, Overnight, 2 Day
OEM
List Price:
$135.94
Our Price: $43.58
(44) In Stock
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Catalog: A
Vehicle
2004 Porsche Cayenne
Sachs Hatch Strut - for 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser - SG214024 Click to Enlarge
5 Stars
Sachs SG214024
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: SG214024
Brand: Sachs
Notes: Hatch Lift Support
  • Stabilus gas charged lift supports are manufactured to automotive O.E. performance and quality specifications, restores the original opening and closing speeds of your hood, hatch or trunk, are easy to install, no special tools required.
  • Exact replacement, engineered for your application.
  • Rust-resistant piston rod extends product life.
  • Easy lifting, reduced closing effort.
  • Consistent lifting force through 50,000 cycles.
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$21.18
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Catalog: B
Vehicle
2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Rhino Pac Hatch Strut - for 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee - 6104 Click to Enlarge
4.9 Stars
Rhino Pac 6104
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: 6104
Brand: Rhino Pac
Notes: Hatch Lift Support
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$13.18
(99) In Stock
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Catalog: B
Vehicle
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Monroe Hatch Strut - for 2000 Toyota 4Runner - 901446 Click to Enlarge
4.7 Stars
Monroe 901446
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: 901446
Brand: Monroe
Notes: Max-Lift Lift Support
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$17.98
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Catalog: B
Vehicle
2000 Toyota 4Runner
Strong Arm Hatch Strut - for 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee - 6104 Click to Enlarge
5 Stars
Strong Arm 6104
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: 6104
Brand: Strong Arm
Notes: Hatch Lift Support
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$11.18
(99) In Stock
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Catalog: B
Vehicle
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Left Tuff Support Hatch Strut - for 2004 Volkswagen Touareg - 7L6 827 550 N Click to Enlarge
5 Stars
Tuff Support 7L6 827 550 N
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: 7L6 827 550 N
Brand: Tuff Support
Notes: Hatch Shock -- For cars with a space-saver spare.
Position: Left
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$26.73
(23) In Stock
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Catalog: G
Vehicle
2004 Volkswagen Touareg
Right Lesjofors Hatch Strut - for 2010 Lexus RX350 - W0133-2213523 Click to Enlarge
4.8 Stars
Lesjofors W0133-2213523
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: W0133-2213523
Brand: Lesjofors
Notes: Except. Premium Package
Position: Right
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground, Overnight, 2 Day
List Price:
$72.26
Our Price: $22.58
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Catalog: A
Vehicle
2010 Lexus RX350
Strong Arm Hatch Strut - for 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee - 6104 Click to Enlarge
5 Stars
Strong Arm 6104
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: 6104
Brand: Strong Arm
Notes: Hatch Lift Support
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$9.98
(16) In Stock
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Catalog: F
Vehicle
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Monroe Hatch Strut - for 2008 Nissan 350Z Base - 901638 Click to Enlarge
4.3 Stars
Monroe 901638
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: 901638
Brand: Monroe
Notes: Max-Lift Lift Support
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$28.98
(4) In Stock
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Catalog: H
Vehicle Sub Model
2008 Nissan 350Z Base
Rhino Pac Hatch Strut - for 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee - 6104 Click to Enlarge
4.9 Stars
Rhino Pac 6104
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: 6104
Brand: Rhino Pac
Notes: Hatch Lift Support
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$12.73
(27) In Stock
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Catalog: C
Vehicle
2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Rhino Pac Hatch Strut - for 2015 Nissan Xterra - 6137 Click to Enlarge
4.9 Stars
Rhino Pac 6137
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: 6137
Brand: Rhino Pac
Notes: Hatch Lift Support
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$19.73
(1) In Stock
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Catalog: T
Vehicle
2015 Nissan Xterra
API Hatch Strut - for 2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser - 1201-423523 Click to Enlarge
5 Stars
API 1201-423523
Hatch Strut
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Part Number: 29039-07355911
Brand: API
Notes: Hatch Lift Support
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$20.98
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Catalog: P
Vehicle
2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser
AC Delco Hatch Strut - for 2007 Saturn Vue - 510-959 Click to Enlarge
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Part Number: 510-959
Brand: AC Delco
Notes: Professional -- New
  • Patented multi-lobe seal offers improved leak protection and long life
  • Self-cleaning piston assembly delivers smooth operation and consistent performance
  • Superior seals keep lift support fluids and gases contained within the strut components, resulting in extended product life
  • Chromed rod increases rust and corrosion resistance for a higher quality, longer lasting, lift support
  • Rubber O-ring piston seal for controlled lift
  • Heavy gauge steel pressure tube provides long life
  • Polytetrafluroethylene (PTFE) backup ring gives enhanced performance
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Ground
$23.73
(7) In Stock
This Part Fits:
Catalog: N
Vehicle
2007 Saturn Vue

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Hatch Strut Information

If the Monroe Hatch Strut no longer functions, it will enable the back door to drop suddenly.

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An automobile is really only as good as the parts it uses, like a Monroe hatch strut. Every model of car has an assortment of features which can range in scope from antenna masts to hatch struts. Your car's manufacturer is known for reliable and sturdy vehicles, but all vehicles have secondary elements that on occasion fail and need maintenance - our site has the replacement accessories your vehicle requires. A modern vehicle has been engineered using many conveniences. The hatch strut braces a hatch reliably each time it's up, keeping it from coming unexpectedly on your back when loading the interior. Your vehicle's hatch struts sometimes come in sets of two, so when you replace one, you should change the set. The car's hatch strut is a unit which is absolutely essential for your safety when working with the rear hatch of your car up. The vehicle's hatch strut resembles a piston but uses the force of a vacuum to hold open your vehicle's cargo compartment door. The car's hatch strut is a unit that is engineered to prop the trunk hatch open.

The Sachs Hatch Strut is an element which secures the hatch when it's raised.

Sachs Sachs Hatch Strut

A vehicle is really only as good as its parts, like the Sachs hatch strut. To truly make the most of your new vehicle's features, you'll need to use top quality replacement parts. For long commutes, add-ons that can make for a more pleasant travel experience for your companions include onboard media players. The supporting systems of a car, while not necessary for the everyday drivability of your car, are nonetheless items you should preserve in perfect functioning. The hatch strut holds a hatch safely when it's up, keeping it from falling down on your shoulders when entering the vehicle. Hatch struts needs to be switched out when they become inoperable so as to prevent injuries. Your hatch strut is a part that is used to prop your vehicle's trunk hatch up. Your automobile's hatch strut resembles a hydraulic gear but uses vacuum force to prop up the rear compartment door of your car. Hatch struts are constructed in many dimensions; it's best to measure the length when the hatch is fully open prior to looking for a new strut. The parts you need, like a Sachs hatch strut, are only a few clicks away when you buy them from PartsGeek.

Having a good Stabilus Hatch Strut in place enables one to open the rear door and secure it in place.

Stabilus Stabilus Hatch Strut

A vehicle is really only as good as its parts, like a Stabilus hatch strut. Although they may not be critical components like your car's transmission, the minor components of your car may be vital to having the full use out of the car or truck you direct so much time and energy on. The small parts of a car or truck, though not mandatory for the everyday functioning of your car, are nonetheless items you should maintain in top functioning. Modern optional parts create a more pleasurable travel experience. A hatch strut secures the hatch steady any time it's up, stopping it from coming down on your back when entering the cabin. Hatch struts should be replaced before they become inoperable so as to stop accidents. Hatch struts are made in various dimensions; it's necessary to measure the length when the hatch is totally lifted before shopping for a replacement strut. Your vehicle's hatch strut is a feature which is absolutely essential for your safety when working with the rear hatch of your car up. The hatch struts are sometimes installed in pairs, and as a result if you replace one, you should replace the pair. Usually the most frustrating thing about maintaining an older vehicle is looking for a dependable source for the best parts such as a Stabilus hatch strut.

Hatch Strut

Your vehicle needs struts to strut its stuff as well as yours. Many struts are components of vehicle suspension systems that keep the vehicle’s body suspended above the road—your tires may be on the road where your eyes are, but your suspension keeps you off the ground. Hatch struts, however, are not part of a vehicle’s suspension system; they are part of a hatch suspension system. They hold up your vehicle’s hatch, trunk, or rear door, which is particularly important during a tailgate party. Hatch struts are alternatively called hatch shocks, lift supports, and a few other choice names when they fail and cause a door or lid to slam on your fingers.

PartsGeek.com offers hatch struts from brands such as Rhino Pac, Sachs, Stabilus, Tuff Support, First Equipment Quality, Febi, APA/URO Parts, Aftermarket, Genuine, and AC Delco. We only stock the parts we trust, and we focus on getting you what you need fast and with excellent customer service. Rely on our 30-day return policy to get only the parts that fit your vehicle. 

What is a hatch strut?

A hatch strut (or hatch shock) is not a critical factor in your vehicle’s mobile performance. It does not contribute to a smooth ride, stable acceleration, or fuel efficiency. However, you really want your hatch struts to be operational when you are unloading a pile of groceries or other supplies from your rear hatch or trunk. Otherwise, you have to unload with one hand while the other hand holds up a rear door or trunk lid, which is like having to stand on one foot while the other foot is doing something equally inefficient or unsafe (we just can’t think of it, but you get the idea). A functional hatch strut is like so many things that you don’t notice until it’s gone. Luckily, they are not very expensive, and they are an easy DIY install with minimal tools needed; just follow manufacturer’s directions.   

How much is a hatch strut?

The price of hatch struts varies depending on the brand, make, model, and year of your ride. You can expect to pay less than $50 on average, however. Note that they are sometimes sold in pairs, depending on the vehicle. We have great prices at PartsGeek.com for whatever type of strut you need.

What are the signs that I need to replace mine?

You need a new hatch strut if your rear door or trunk lid does not stay up when you put it up, no matter how much you yell at it. Hatch struts may fail gradually or all at once, usually due to age and normal wear and tear. A gradually failing strut may hold a hatch door or trunk lid for a moment but then let it fall so it hits you in the head when you’re not expecting it, when both of your arms are full of shopping bags. That’s a good sign you need a new hatch strut or hatch shock. Luckily, we have them at PartsGeek.com.

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5 of 5
Verified Customer
3/25/13 11:34 AM - USA

Great replacement - C.J. O'Neill

- 1998 Nissan Pathfinder Hatch Strut
5 of 5
Verified Customer
4/13/13 04:53 AM - USA

My window lift struts totally gave out and were actually dangerous to operate as they would not hold in any up position. The new struts have restored the lift operation to showroom condition. Thank you! - Fred Schwartz

- 2003 Toyota Matrix Hatch Strut
5 of 5
Verified Customer
4/30/13 04:36 AM - USA

fit like glove - loverboynissan

- 2009 Nissan Versa Hatch Strut
5 of 5
Verified Customer
5/31/13 10:17 AM - USA

Excellent quality and fit. - Danny Hocevar

- 2000 Oldsmobile Silhouette Hatch Strut
5 of 5
Verified Customer
6/4/13 08:10 AM - USA

Got it right away and the price was good. - dspring

- 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Hatch Strut
5 of 5
Verified Customer
6/9/13 11:31 PM - USA

Fit perfectly and seem to be of very good quality, thanks Parts Geek. - SteveR

- 1986 Chevrolet Camaro Hatch Strut