Blog, Car Repair and Servicing, Case Studies, Volkswagen Case Studies Volkswagen Case Study 67: Jetta Shock Absorber replacement Posted on July 16, 2022July 16, 2022 by admin 16 Jul Feeling that spongy rock and roll with a rough ride? Our Volkswagen Specialist can easily tell whether your Jetta’s Shock Absorbers are going bad. The Front Absorbers on the Jetta need replacement. The pair of bad Shock Absorbers have been extracted and the new set awaits replacement. The Absorber Linkage should be replaced simultaneously with the new Absorbers. (At the right are a pair of worn Linkage). You need the right equipment to do the job efficiently. The dedicated spring extractor compressor is used to remove the tough spring from the old absorber. Conversely, a dedicated device is needed to reposition and lock the spring into the new Absorber. Dah-dah! The brand-new Shock Absorber is professionally installed and new Linkage unit is now in place for the front left Shock Absorber. The new Linkage Strut is installed with the new right Absorber.A modest cost is worth a long-term smooth ride with premium quality Shock Absorbers replaced at Revol. And a complimentary car-wash and interior detailing is the order of the day for a job well done! admin It’s a sparkling continental day at our Toh Guan workshop Need Restoration For Scratches On Your Car? Call Revol Now For Assistance!