VW Eurovan front shock absorber. The shock absorbers wear out over time. If your Eurovan is riding rough it’s time to give it the old bounce test. If your Eurovan bounces more than once when you jump on it, it’s time to replace the shocks. Use these original equipment Sachs shocks to make your Eurovan ride and handle like new.
When you go to replace the Eurovan front shock absorber be prepared to replace the shock bolts. These bolts are typically rusty or just stubborn to remove so you may find it easy to cut it out and replace it. Replacing your Eurovan shock absorber is a really simple job, but you will want to be prepared in case anything goes wrong. The best troubleshooting weapon for any Volkswagen issue is the Robert Bentley manual for your vehicle. The Bentley manuals are the official service manuals of VW and are great to keep on hand.