life span of rear strut assembly 2003 es 300 w/one hundred 30 thousand miles

Asked by Mar 30, 2014 at 12:35 AM about the Lexus ES 300

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Most struts usually loose their dampening ability around 60K, they can last up to around 100K or more. But most times they are replaced by owners when they fail. Leak or break/crack from rust.

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Struts fall into the category of "wearable parts" like brakes, wiper blades, tires, light bulbs- they WILL wear out- and how long they last depends on how hard they are used- if you live someplace where it rains all they time, your wiper blades will have to be replaced often- if you live in a city with stop and go driving, your brakes will need more attention- if you live down 10 miles of dirt road, your shocks/struts will wear out quicker- it is not a matter of mileage- but having said that, with 130,000 miles they are due to be replaced, if original- cars don't last forever

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Can I retie struts on a 2003 Lexus es300 front right side

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