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You'll need a balljoint press . Seperate lower balljoint and bottom strut mounting bolt also the bolt holding it to the frame then press out old and press in new one
The control arm bushings are pressed into the control arm. You must use a press (ball joint press with proper adapters, etc.) to remove and install bushings. You may need to heat old bushings with torch to remove bushings from control arm. If you are comfortable with this then here is what you need to do: Remove wheel. Use safety glasses while removing ball joint stud from steering knuckle. Unbolt control arm from vehicle. Change bushings. Install control arm in reverse order. You should get an alignment after doing any front end work.
As far as I know nobody makes bushings for front control arms of Altima 93-01. Many Internet stores sells complete control arms with bushings and bell joint. I've found one that sells at 79$.
The control arm bushings are pressed into the control arm. You must use a press (ball joint press with proper adapters, etc.) to remove and install bushings.You may need to heat old bushings with torch to remove bushings from control arm.If you are comfortable with this then here is what you need to do:Remove wheel.Use safety glasses while removing ball joint stud from steering knuckle.Unbolt control arm from vehicle.Change bushings.Install control arm in reverse order.You should get an alignment after doing any front end work.
Since The Villager is of unibody construction, there are only a couple things that can be considered "subframe bushings". Sway bar bushings (front and rear), rear leaf spring bushings, and the most likely, control arm bushings.
change the sway bar rubber bushings and sway bar link bushings
Check the control arm bushings and any other bushings that may be worn.
Use a ball joint press. You can get one from Harbor Freight. You'll most likely need the accessory kit as well. You can use the press in different configuration to press the old bushings out, and the new bushings in. Even the front upper bushings in the axle can be pressed out, although it may be a little tricky setting up the ball joint press to do the job.
how do i replace the front end bushings on 1997 Tahoe
probably or there part of the same piece ....normally there's multiple bushings on a lower control arm ...i guess it just depends on the vehicle and its probably easier to replace the whole arm rather then individual bushings.
On my truck during a routine brake job. The truck was on the rack. At 99,999 miles, all the bushings of the front end had disintegrated. This is a2001 Lariat F 150 Extended cab.
Yes, generally after any major work on a front end a re-alignment is neccessary. Replacement of bushings and control arms could be considered major work.
they made a major front end change from 93 94 and 95 so im guessing it's not
Check lower control arm bushings.
What is bussin? Bushings? If so, which bushings? Upper Control Arm (A-arm) Bushings? Sway bar bushings -- front or rear? Ya lost me bud, try to be a little more specific and maybe use a spell checker.
Compress the springs and lock them down. You best check on all the front end compomets while you are doing this job.
It's possible your Control Arm Bushings are worn excessively causing front end shake/shimmy. The bushings are on the left and right side control arms and are very inexpensive, About $5.00 each but
First you jack up the side of the car you want to replace the control arm bushings and support it with jack stands. Remove the wheel. Remove the stabilizer bar to control arm nut and bolt. Remove the balljoint clamp bolt and nut from the steering knuckle. Remove the bolt and washer front the control arm front pivot. Unbolt the control arm rear bushing retaining strap. Remove the control arm from the car. Once the control arm is off the car you can replace the bushings in it.
If the Saturn Vue is anything like the Saturn ION, chances are it's the front sway bar bushings. A design flaw caused them to wear out prematurely. This causes a clunking noise when going over bumps. It is also very possible that it is a front control arm bushing. Start with the sway bar bushings (since they are cheap) then check the control arm bushings.
The top control arm bushings are likely candidates.
i have a 1992 camaro rs, they play in mine went away after replacing the bushings on the front lower control arms and bushings
Front Wheel Drive, could be bad CV Joints, Could be Control arm Bushings...
It's either the control arm bushings or the rubber mounts for the shocks.
Control arm bushings.