Just finished replacing all 4 struts on my 2002 Chrysler Concorde Limited.
If I were rich, I'd gladly have paid the $80-$120/hr to have this done,
but then again if I were rich, I probably wouldn't own a 2002 car
I bought the fully assembled strut set for $264 so I didn't have to mess with the springs,
but this was a royal PITA anyway.
The fronts were not too bad, but the rear struts : WHAT WERE THEY THINKING !!!!
This could have been engineered much better, like use the same design as the front, but NOOOOOO
, they had to design it so that the entire axle support assembly has to drop.
And the top of the rear struts : JEEZ ! They put the top strut bolts under the rear deck speakers !
You have to pull the rear seat ( both upper and lower ), then remove the top deck cover and speakers.
Bottom line, should have just let it be and put up with the soggy ride.