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How do you replace struts?

How do you change ALL struts on a 05 Accord EX I-4 AUTO SEDAN? i recently purchased tokico hp struts but i need a guide showing how to replace struts. any help would be greatly appreciated.
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^bump.
nobody really knows?
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Have you searched?

This link http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/sh...ighlight=strut is in the Honda Factory Instruction section, it's for the front dampers.

The rears will be similar and simpler.

Just make sure you use approved spring compressor so you don't hurt/kill yourself!
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Have you searched?

This link http://www.driveaccord.net/forums/sh...ighlight=strut is in the Honda Factory Instruction section, it's for the front dampers.

The rears will be similar and simpler.

Just make sure you use approved spring compressor so you don't hurt/kill yourself!
Does having a '05 make a difference?
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No, they are all 7 Gen, and therefore all the same.
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