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Old 05-24-1999, 06:12 PM
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Help - In order to replace, I have been told I have to remove caliper, shock, halfshaft, and lower both sides of the rear axle subframe to remove pinion bolt to remove & replace lower arm. Arm is cracking due to rust. Is it possible to do this without a lift on my garge floor? - cash is short right now and labor(time=$$) on this one will kill me at this time. Can rear wheel alignment be reset by eyeball if all is marked before removal?? Can anybody e-mail or fax me a step by step manual excerpt?? Fax # is 301-349-4823. Thanks in advance
Marc G.
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Old 05-24-1999, 11:51 PM
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This is a difficult repair even for a tech. I would not suggest a do it yourself on this. If you do however, have the alignment checked after the repair so you don't kill the tires!

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