The boot strut on a Chrysler Concorde is a small pneumatic shock, that supports the weight of the boot lid while the boot is opened. Overtime the seals inside the strut will begin to leak. When this happens the strut will no longer be able to support the boot lid and it will fall closed if not supported. Replacing these struts is a simple process, that can improve the functionality of your boot.
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Things you need
- Length of wood
- Flat blade screwdriver
Open the boot. Support it with a length of wood.
Pry the locking caps on the top and bottom of the strut out, using a flat blade screwdriver.
Pry the struts off the mounting studs on the boot lid and the body, using a flat blade screwdriver. Remove the strut from the vehicle.
Press the new strut onto the mounting studs on the boot lid and body, using your hand.
Press the locking caps onto the mounting studs using your hand.
Tips and warnings
- While your working on the boot, spray the hinges with a white lithium grease.
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