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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 09-12-2013
Download Rear Suspension Tool for the rear Trailing Arm Bushes on Ford Focus 1.4 | 1.6 | 1.8 | 1.8Di 1.8TDCi | 2.0 16v RS. This tool is designed to fit in situ saving time and money. Removal 1 Remove shock absorber, lower mounting bolt, ABS brake sensor etc and wedge the lower arm in place to gain access to the bush. 2 To ensure the correct alignment is achieved mark the inner wing of the bush against the arm. 3 Lubricate generously the stud threads and bearing assembly before and during use. 4 To remove the old bush, assemble tool as shown in (Fig 1) using removal sleeve. 5 The tool should be pushing in to the centre from the outside (Fig 1) 6 Screw up the Main Drive Bar until the Thrust Bearing assembly makes contact with the bush. 7 Continue to tighten slowly using a 21mm spanner or ratchet on the hex end.… Read More
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 02-01-2014
Download 1988-2000 Honda Civic – ALL 1997-2001 Honda CR-V – ALL 1993-2097 Honda Del Sol – ALL Clunk or Squeak From Rear Suspension SYMPTOM A clunk or squeak from the rear suspension when going over rough or bumpy roads. PROBABLE CAUSE Broken rear trailing arm bushing(s). CORRECTIVE ACTION Replace the rear trailing arm bushing(s). REPAIR PROCEDURE NOTE: ISIS online service manual information is only available for vehicles 1990 and newer. 1. Remove the rear trailing arm: •Refer to the suspension section of the appropriate service manual, or •Online, enter keyword REAR SUSPENSION, then select Suspension Arms Replacement from the list. 2. Mark the trailing arm at the arrow on the bottom of the bushing. 3. Place the arm on a hydraulic press, supported by the hub base, with the spindle facing up. 4. With the hub driver, press the old bushing out of the trailing arm. 5. Install the new bushing with the short end toward the outside of the vehicle.… Read More
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 30-11-2012
Download Note: Additional Installation Hardware Recommended For Installing Bushing Not Included In Set. Step 1. Remove outer compensator arm bolt only. Remove two mounting bolts at cross pin, and parking brake cable retainer. At this time it is your discretion to remove complete trailing arm from vehicle to facilitate easier removal and installation of new polyurethane bushing or you may pull front of trailing arm downward. Installation Instructions For Honda / Acura Rear Trailing Arm Bushing Set Please Note: Additional Installation Hardware Recommended For Installing Bushing Not Included In Set. Step 2. Important Notes: Do not remove O.E. Outer metal shell. This shell is tapered on O.D.. Make note of which direction the cross pin is installed, this pin is offset! Bushing / pin removal. 1. Remove rubber bushing and / or pin from O.E. shell. (One example method to remove rubber bushing from O.E. shell is to use a hacksaw blade and cut bushing out.… Read More
Filed Under (Volvo) by admin on 31-12-2013
Download 2002 Volvo XC70 L5-2.4L Turbo VIN 58 B5244T3 Vehicle Level Transmission and Drivetrain Drive Axles, Bearings and Joints Wheel Hub Service and Repair Rear Wheel Hub, Replacing. Special tools: 951 2050 Raise the car Remove the rear wheel the screw for the drive shaft / wheel hub. Removing the rear wheel hub. Remove the brake caliper mounting screws. Hang the caliper up with a piece of wire the locating pin for the brake disc the brake disc the ABS-cable holder the ABS sensor. Hang up the sensor using a piece of wire. Remove the spring strut from the lower control arm Note: the spring strut is slightly compressed. Remove the anti-roll bar from the upper control arm Use a Torx wrench as a counterhold so that the rubber boot is not damaged. Remove the tie rod from the wheel spindle. Angle the tie rod upwards so that the inner mounting for the control arm is exposed the screw holding the lower mounting for the control arm to the sub-frame.… Read More
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 24-03-2014
Note: It is recommended that this set be professionally installed if you are unfamiliar with this type of work, and a factory service manual be purchased prior to performing any work on your vehicle for proper disassembly, reassembly and torque specs. These instructions are intended for bushing removal and install of Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings, once you have removed the factory component from your vehicle.
Installation Instructions: Step 1. Remove outer compensator arm bolt only. Remove two mounting bolts at cross pin, and parking brake cable retainer. At this time it is your discretion to remove complete trailing arm from vehicle to facilitate easier removal and installation of new polyurethane bushing or you may pull front of trailing arm downward. Step 2. Important Notes: Do not remove O.E. Outer metal shell. This shell is tapered on O.D.. Make note of which direction the cross pin is installed, this pin is offset!… Read More
Filed Under (Jeep) by admin on 09-12-2013
Tool requirements 1. 175A or greater mig welder 2. Plasma cutter and or a good 4.5″ grinder with cut off wheels. 3. Four large jack stands, ramps or a 4-post drive on lift works best. 4. Various wrenches and shop tools for removing and installing control arms. 5. A 1 7/16 wrench is needed to tighten the upper control arm jam nuts, and a 46mm wrench is needed to tighten the lower control arm jam nuts. Front Arms Installation Procedures 1. Raise truck up on jack stands, ramps or lift. 2. Remove transfer case skid plate if equipped. 3. Put a floor or bottle jack under the transfer case to support it. 4. Remove cross-member by removing the two bolts on each side and the four center bolts. 5. Wire wheel or grind paint away for welding. 6. Find the front of the new cross member. Reference your old cross member for proper transmission mount location.… Read More
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 26-11-2013
PREPARING THE VEHICLE: 1. Jack up the rear of the vehicle or raise on a hoist. Support the frame with safety stands so that the wheels hang (fig. 1). Remove the wheels. 2. Position a floor jack at the connecting point of the lower control arm (under the attaching flange bolt) and knuckle (fig. 2). 3. Remove the flange bolt that connects the lower control arm to the knuckle. THE LOWER CONTROL ARM IS UNDER PRESSURE FROM THE COIL SPRING. USE CAUTION DURING THIS STEP FOR SAFETY PURPOSES. 4. Lower the floor jack gradually until tension is released and the coil spring can be removed. It may be necessary to remove the lower shock bolt in order for the lower control arm to move far enough to remove the coil spring. 5. Remove the coil spring. 6. Unbolt and discard the jounce bumper and mounting bolt (fig. 2).
INSTALLING THE AIR SPRING: 1.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 25-02-2014
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS (STUD MOUNTED AND BOLT-ON) : Stud Mounted: Step 1: Rotate engine to number 1 cylinder TDC. Check distributor rotor to make sure it is at the number 1 cylinder terminal. Remove valve covers. Step 2: Remove old rocker arms for number 1 cylinder. If you are converting a pedestal type cylinder head, see the modifications instructions below. Step 3: Oil the pushrod, rocker stud threads, rocker arm and nut. Step 4: Install the new roller rocker arms for number 1 cylinder with the flat area on the trunnion shaft up. Step 5: Make sure the rocker does not bottom on the rocker stud radius. Check clearance through the entire lift range. Check rocker arm geometry. You may need to change pushrod length to achieve proper geometry. Step 6: Also check pushrod guideplate alignment. Some guideplates must be split to allow good pushrod alignment. Step 7: Install the rocker arm nuts and set cold lash/lifter preload.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 17-01-2014
Download 1. Before servicing the vehicle, please familiarize yourself with safety procedures. 2. Remove the axle”to”wheel hub retainer nut and washer. 3. Remove the parking brake shoes. 4. Press the outboard CV”joint until it is loose from the hub. 5. Remove and discard the toe link”to”wheel knuckle nut. 6. Remove the bolt and separate the toe link from the wheel knuckle. 7. Remove and discard the upper arm”to”wheel knuckle nut. 8. Remove the bolt and separate the upper arm from the wheel knuckle. 9. Remove and discard the lower arm”to”wheel knuckle nut. 10. Remove the lower arm”to”wheel knuckle bolt. 11. Remove the wheel knuckle. 12. Using a suitable press, remove and discard the wheel hub. 13. Remove and discard the wheel bearing retainer ring. 14. Using a suitable press, remove the wheel bearing. Fig. Rear hub/bearing Assembly”Aviator, Explorer and Mountaineer Fig. Pressing out the bearing 1. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 17-03-2013
DownloadPARTS IN KIT: ITEM # QTY DESCRIPTION SERVICE PART # REPLACEMENT SOURCE 1 2 Spring, rear 2M5Z-5B669-AA Ford Dealer 2 2 Shock, rear 2M5Z-18125-BA Ford Dealer 3 1 Anti-roll bar, rear 1S4Z-5A772-BA Ford Dealer 4 1 Strut, RF 2M5Z-18124-BA Ford Dealer 5 1 Strut, LF 2M5Z-18124-BB Ford Dealer 6 2 Bump stop 2M5Z-3020-AA Ford Dealer 7 2 Spring, front 2M5Z-5310-AA Ford Dealer 8 2 Nut, upper strut piston W700212-S3091 Ford Dealer. TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS: FASTENER TORQUE (ft./lbs.) (EXCEPT WHERE NOTED) Rear shock upper mount nut 13 Rear shock lower mount nut 85 Rear lower control arm to knuckle 85 Rear anti-roll bar to control arm bolts 11 Rear anti-roll bar bushing clamp bolts 35 Upper strut piston nut 35 Strut tower nuts 18 Knuckle to strut bolt 66 Front anti-roll bar link to strut bolt 94 Caliper to Knuckle 21 Wheel nuts 37. REAR SUSPENSION INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: STEP 1: Raise vehicle off ground and support with jack stands.… Read More