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Camry 2007

Coil Springs

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Removal & Installation



  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions section.
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  3. Secure the rear shock absorber with coil spring in a vise using aluminum plates by closing the vise onto the double nutted bolt affixed to the bracket at the bottom of the absorber.
    NOTE
    Do not use an impact wrench.


    NOTE
    If the rear coil spring is compressed at an angle, using 2 SST will make the work easier.

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  5. Using SST: 09727-30021, compress the rear coil spring
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  7. Remove the nut, rear shock absorber collar and rear suspension support assembly.
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  9. Remove the rear coil spring, rear No. 1 spring bumper, and rear coil spring lower insulator.

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    Fig. Remove the rear coil spring

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To install:

  1. Install the rear No. 1 spring bumper to the piston rod.
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  3. Install the rear coil spring lower insulator onto the rear shock absorber.
    NOTE
    Do not use an impact wrench.

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  5. Using SST: 09727-30021, compress the rear coil spring.
    NOTE
    The smaller diameter end must face upward.


    NOTE
    Fit the lower end of the rear coil spring into the gap of the lower seat.


    NOTE
    If the front coil spring is compressed at an angle, using 2 SST will make the work easier.

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  7. Install the rear coil spring to the rear shock absorber.
    NOTE
    Align the notches of the piston rod and the rear suspension support assembly as shown in the illustration before installing the rear suspension support assembly.

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  9. Install the rear suspension support assembly.
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  11. Align the notches of the shock absorber with the notch of the rear suspension support assembly so that the notches face the outside of the vehicle.

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    Fig. Align the notches of the shock absorber

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  13. Install the rear shock absorber collar.
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  15. Loosely tighten a new lock nut to the rear suspension piston rod.
    NOTE
    Do not use an impact wrench.


    NOTE
    When lining up the re