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When they are loose enough, use your fingers to remove each bolt.

Jan 04, Step 3: Remove Brake Calipers and Rotor. With the tire out of the way, remove the brakes and rotor, in order to get at the control arm bushings. This is done easily, with the use of regular brake tools. Once you have the brakes and rotors removed from the vehicle, you will have access to the ball joints and the control shrubdelimbing.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. Mar 17, I have a BF I need to replace my upper rear control arm. I need to find a press to remove the bushing and put the bushing into the new control arm.

Where can I find the tool to do this. Preferrably, not online. I would like to go buy this tool at a local store so I can fix it tomorrow. Feb 20, Feb 15, Location: Central Illinois. In my experience I have learned to take them to a machine shop, let them press the old bushings out and press the new ones in. I screwed up a upper control arm once trying to drive them out with a air hammer.

Feb 20, #3. Mar 29, Remove the bushing manually by striking it out with a hammer.

Removing Control Arm Bushings.

This is the most difficult and least effective method for removing the bushing, but if you don’t have a hydraulic or threaded press it will work with some patience. Be careful not to hit the control arm, focusing each strike on the bushing until it flattens enough to be slid 54K.

Jul 24, CONTROL ARM INSTALL Bushings are installed, all downhill from here. Just reverse of control arm removal. I added some loctite blue for insurance and cranked down the control arms at 90 foot/lbs per manufacturer instruction.

note, if your installing stock rubber bushings, do not tighten or torque untill there is full weight on the control arm. Your control arm, or"A" arm, connects your wheel spindle to the steering knuckle and chassis. It includes your ball joint as well as bushings, which can both wear out over time. Most vehicles have both an upper and lower control arm. Bad control arm bushings or ball joints can cause steering wheel vibration or wandering steering.

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