KYB SR4023 | Rear Suspension Strut and Coil Spring Assembly

Part Number
SR4023
Complete Corner Unit Assembly -Strut and Mount

Fits: 85-90 Buick Electra, 85-93 Cadillac DeVille, 85-96 Oldsmobile 98, 86-99 Buick LeSabre, 86-91 Oldsmobile Delta 88, 87-99 Pontiac Bonneville, 91-96 Buick Park Avenue, 92-99 Oldsmobile 88, 96-99 Oldsmobile LSS, 97-98 Oldsmobile Regency

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A strut assembly handles vehicle weight, determines ride height, acts as the steering pivot, controls vehicle stability and can affect a vehicles electronic crash avoidance systems. As an original equipment supplier, KYB understands how your vehicle should ride, handle and perform. The KYB Strut-Plus is engineered to help restore the handling and control capabilities of your vehicle. We start with an Original Equipment (OE) Restoring KYB Strut. High carbon steel coil springs are developed considering vehicle attributes and corners weights to help make sure the ride height is restored within OE specifications.


BRAND: KYB




FEATURES:


  • Complete Corner Unit Assembly -Strut and Mount


SPECIFICS:


Feature and Benefit 1THE WORLD'S BEST COMPLETE STRUT ASSEMBLY FROM THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN OEM QUALITY SHOCKS AND STRUTS
Feature and Benefit 2DESIGNED FOR PROPER RIDE HEIGHT AND ORIGINAL HANDLING CAPABILITIES ON GM CARS
Feature and Benefit 3INCLUDES A KYB EXCEL-G STRUT, A STRONGER STEEL OUTER SHELL AND KYB'S APPLICATION SPECIFIC PRECISION DESIGNED DAMPING VALVES
Feature and Benefit 4ASSEMBLED IN USA
Feature and Benefit 5EXACT FITMENT ENGINEERED AND PRE-ASSEMBLED FOR PROFESSIONAL RESULTS
Feature and Benefit 6FEATURES AN APPLICATION ENGINEERED KYB SPRING DESIGNED TO MATCH THE STRUT, MAINTAIN PROPER RIDE HEIGHT LONGER AND CONTROL WEIGHT WITHOUT SACRIFICING VEHICLE RIDE QUALITY
Feature and Benefit 7ENGINEERED TO HELP VEHICLES WITH ELECTRONIC SAFETY SYSTEMS (ESC, ABS, ETC.)
Feature and Benefit 8ASSEMBLED IN USA



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INTERCHANGE:


  • Gabriel: G56726
  • Monroe Shocks & Struts: 171799

APPLICATIONS:


  • 1987-1989 Pontiac Bonneville - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement w/o Self-Leveling Rear; KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1985-1993 Cadillac DeVille - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement (Exc. Electronic Suspension) w/o Self Leveling Rear; KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly
  • 1991-1999 Buick LeSabre - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement w/o Self Leveling Rear; KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1985-1990 Buick Electra - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension); KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1991-1991 Oldsmobile Delta 88 - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension); KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1990-1990 Pontiac Bonneville - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement w/o Self Leveling; KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1996-1999 Oldsmobile LSS - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension); KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1997-1998 Oldsmobile Regency - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement (Exc. Electronic Adjustable Suspension) w/o Self Leveling Rear; KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1985-1996 Oldsmobile 98 - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension); KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1990-1990 Oldsmobile Delta 88 - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement w/o Self Leveling; KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1992-1999 Oldsmobile 88 - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement (Exc. Electronic Adjustable Suspension) w/o Self Leveling Rear; KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly
  • 1986-1989 Buick LeSabre - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement w/o Self Leveling Rear; KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1986-1989 Oldsmobile Delta 88 - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement w/o Self-Leveling Rear; KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1991-1999 Pontiac Bonneville - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement (Exc. Electronic Adjustable Suspension); KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1991-1996 Buick Park Avenue - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement (Exc. Electronic Adjustable Suspension) (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension); KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
  • 1990-1990 Buick LeSabre - Position: Rear
    • Recommended OEM Replacement w/o Self Leveling; KYB DESCRIPTION Strut and Mount Assembly (For Adapting Air Shock / Strut to Non-Air Suspension) refer to Appendix C
Customer Questions
How often should shock absorbers be replaced?
Shock absorbers should generally be replaced every 50,000 miles or every 5-7 years
How to replace shock absorbers?
To replace shock absorbers, you need to remove the wheel and tire assembly, unbolt the old shock absorber, replace it with a new one, and tighten the bolts. Then, reinstall the wheel and tire, and test the new shocks.
Why do shock absorbers leak?
Shock absorbers can leak due to worn seals, damage to the piston or cylinder, or corrosion from exposure to moisture and road salt.
Can shock absorbers be replaced?
Yes, shock absorbers can be replaced when they start to wear out or fail.
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