well i just replaced my ball joints on my 94 F-150 and what i did was tore the axels down and pulled the brake callipers and brake disks, to get to the ball joints. un bolted the nuts and took the peice holding the ball joints in and had them pressed out at a auto shop saved me like 200 dollars. But you need a ball joint press if you wanna do it on your own.
To replace the lower control arms on a 1994 Acura Integra safely raise and stabilize the car. Remove the lower ball joints and two bolts that hold the lower control arms to the car. Pull them off. Replace with a new unit.
The squeak is most likely coming from your upper or lower ball joints. Replace your worn ball joint(s) and that'll fix your problem.
Drive it to the local garage and pay to have it done.
Drain coolant Remove fan shroud Remove upper and lower hoses Remove transmission cooling lines Remove upper bolts Slide up off carriers
Requires special equipment, like a press set for the lower ones, better to take it to a shop, since you'll have to have the suspension aligned anyway.
Ignition CoilEngine LH Side Upper
There are two large flat hex bolts on the driver's side of the transmission. Use a pan to catch the fluid as you loosen and remove the lower bolt. As the fluid is draining, remove the upper plug. When fluid has stopped draining, replace lower plug and then fill transmission through upper plug until fluid is level with bottom of hole. Replace upper plug.
Lower the steering column.
Pop the hood and its right there... its the thing with the cap, and a upper and lower hose on it.
You need to lower the fuel tank to get at it.
First you remove the lower back seat, and the bolts that secure the upper will be exposed. Remove them and lift out upper back seat.