OK, I have a little over a grand to fix up my S60. I was told by the mech that did my inspection, that I have a broken shock/strut on the passenger front, so that ranks super high (tho I can barely feel it....) I also have to (probably) replace my A/C condenser.<p>The car sat undriven for many months after I was injured in a (different) car accident. Somehow the condenser seized during the sitting. I unplugged it for the winter, but summer is a'comin....<p>So, since I have to replace some suspension, I was thinking, with 90,000 miles approaching, I may benefit from all new shocks/struts. <p>Recommendations on suspension? Nothing too stiff. Opinions of springs.... The ones I have on there now are originals, and they seem "OK" but with new shocks and struts, do I NEED new springs? I would kinda like to drop the ass end (Seems to sit really high in the back, even for an S60)<p>what other small things would my 90,000 mile T5 benefit from? Obviously the oil gets a change, fuel filter is a given and of course she'll need an alignment once I replace all the shocks/struts........ anything else I shouldn't overlook? Hoses? belt? Engine Mounts? turbo stuff? <p>Also, has anyone ever heard of this - You can reset one of the computers by turning the key in the driver door 3 times? I was doing some research and found this (http://www.justanswer.com/questions/1d925-2001-s60-90-000-miles-regular)<p>Never heard of it, but my door locks do act odd now and then (Won't unlock all the time with the button) <p>So thanks for the input and suggestions!!!!