Originally posted by KIRASIR
This doesn't make sense since the bushings can be changed without taking the arms off. You just need a special tool to put the new bushings onto the arms. I believe Charlie has it for sure.
With the tool, and on a hoist, it takes about an hour to change the bushings.
Actually the middle bushing and inner bushing of the control arm on the inside has to be change on the driver side. So I think removal of the control arm is necessary correct? Are all 3 bushings on the control arm $40 each? I'm getting a strange noise when I corner hard turning right only, and quite a bit of understeer, do you think it could be cased by the worn busings on the control arm?