A lower control arm can cause popping, steering wheel shakes and irregular.
Jun 23, Leave the guard on your grinder. It's there for a good reason. This is how I remove rusted bolts on a control arm bushing or motor mount. Tools from video. Jul 29, Cut through the bushing and bolt of the toe control arm between the frame and control arm end, but as close to the arm as possible. Stop every minute or so or whenever you see smoke and spray the blade and cut with lubricant.
Mar 18, Before you start, soak all the nuts with WD or equivalent. Really soak them and let sit overnight. You'll need 3/4" sockets and wrench. If you're just replacing the bushings, then it's recomended to do each arm 1 at a time so rear stays aligned.
First just turn the bolt sides too loosen it within the bushing. EASY TO USE: Remove wheels and body lateral link bolts (watch for any camber shims between the body and the link), loosen (not remove) the toe link bolts, remove the trailing arm bush bolts, pull the trailing arm down enough to put on tool (you may need to disconnect brake line bracket/parking brake bracket on trailing arm), apply lubrication to trailing arm bush, use tool to push out the trailing arm bush, clean, lubricate, install new trailing arm bush, Reviews: