To replace shock absorbers, the vehicle must first be lifted and supported on jack stands. Then, the wheel and tire assembly must be removed to access the shock absorber. The bolts attaching the shock absorber to the vehicle must be removed, and the old shock can be removed and replaced with a new one. The bolts can then be tightened to secure the new shock absorber in place, and the wheel and tire can be reinstalled. Finally, the vehicle must be lowered off the jack stands and tested to ensure that the new shocks are working correctly.
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