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How do you remove the pivot bolts to replace the front upper control arm on a 94 Ford Thunderbird?

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2011-09-12 20:32:57
2011-09-12 20:32:57

The passenger side is the hardest. you need to move the A/C receiver dryer.To do this ther are 2 two bolts holding the bracket to the fire wall remove these then loosen the srew around the receiver so it is loose. You can now lift the receiver upwards , then you will have the clearence to put a socket on the nut and loosen it. I used a air wrench no problem.

the driver side I used an ratched wrench to get the nut. the powerbrake booster is close but you can get a wrench in there. Also I found it helpfull to use a air chisel to separate the knuckel to pull the ball joint out.

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