My wife's car needs the rear shocks replaced (according to the stealership); I don't see any sign of leakage, but they told her they need to be replaced. They gave her a cost of $175 + 1.5 hours of work, that is per shock. So total around around $650+Tax (Canadian).
I have done some major work on my old 2000 Cherokee sport, and I get that the outlander is not quite as simple to work on (access, ease of removal, etc).
I found these on Amazon (first search): https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B009HU5H3Y/...=1CKLWGX4GZ2C9
which are a fit for her 2011 outlander, however it's not clear to me if there is a need to purchase anything additional to them (like any kind of bushings, accessories, bolts, etc... that will be required when changing these out).
>Hoping to get your advice on that.
Secondly, I didn't find any writeups on the replacement process, but found this youtube video, closest I could find to what I need:
>I don't know if this is the same on the Outlander or not, can't seem to find one for the actual Outlander.
Would appreciate some feedback from you all.
Thanks in advance!