Normally, a Oldsmobile Toronado shock and strut mount replacement is due if it starts to Oldsmobile Toronado noises while turning. If you've been driving around in your Oldsmobile Toronado with noisy turning, then that means your shock and strut mount is doing worse than you thought. It's pointless to try to fix a worn mount, and it's pretty budget-friendly, so just buy a replacement. It's common practice for most vehicle owners to substitute the Oldsmobile Toronado shock and strut mount when replacing the full assembly, but follow your gut if you think that you just have to do it now.
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