the 92 to 94 camry has strut insert, serviceable strut, non seal strut, whatever they name them, at least mine is,1992 Toyota Camry 4 cly
What is a fair and reasonable price to replace:
1) Rear struts only with alignment;
2) Front and rear struts combined with alignment?
Thank you for your answer.
I've been quoted $400 from several places for the entire job, alignment included. Do I just need to call more shops or is this as good as it gets in Temecula, CA?Nevermind the big box repair shops like pepboys, goodyear tireshops or the like....
An independent Mechanic/shop should cost you no more than 200-250 for the replacement, parts included. The alignment another 100 or so?
If you use the eibach and tokico combo it should reduce the floatiness. If you had oem struts and eibach then I can see the floaty problem.the 92 to 94 camry has strut insert, serviceable strut, non seal strut, whatever they name them, at least mine is,
i just replaced my 94 v6 LE,
i bought the tokico insert from ebay, around $200 to $250, kept the oem springs, bought all new oem 4 strut mounts, $50 each, all oem upper (with strut boots) and oem lower spring insulators, 4 oem strut bumper stoppers, and 4 sway bar endlink.
did all labor by myself, took me 2 days, didn't go for alignment yet, will wait a month for everything settle, den do it.
cost me about $600 to $700 just for parts.
but no more noise over bump, and handle better now.
i deeply regret went with eibach spring for the last 5 years, it totally destroyed the comfort ride, now since i switched back to oem spring, and tokico strut combo, very happy with the ride. not so floaty and not too firm, just a perfect combo.
If you use the eibach and tokico combo it should reduce the floatiness. If you had oem struts and eibach then I can see the floaty problem.
I've got the KYB and H&R and I find it floaty, so I might change to Tokico to even it out