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How long to replace the rear trailing arm bushes on a citroen dispatch

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SOURCE: Ford Escape Trailing Arm

hi there this is a problem with all shocks and swing arms where the bolt goes through a rubber bushing and the water and road salt debris gets into bushing and freezes up causing the bolt to stick into bushing use a prybar to dislodge bushing from the area where its been clamped into it will come out

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SOURCE: how to replace trailing arm bushes

After you have disconnected the brake hydraulic hoses (left & right) remove the brake parking cable. Place a jack on the beam just so that it catches it. Secure the beam with a ratcheting nylon strap or equivalent to the exhaust hanger anchors, not on the rubber hangers. Next you remove the bolts that secure the beam.

You will need

  • VAS 6179 hydraulic foot pump
  • VAS 6180/1 assembly tool
  • VAS 6180/4 (long adapter)
  • VAS 6180/3 adapter
  • 3416/2 press piece
  • VAS 6180/2 Yoke
  • VAG 1383 A jack with VAG 1359/2 adapter
or equivalent special tools to remove (press out) and install (press in). If the bushing is Hydraulic bonded you will need a plastic catch to contain fluid while pressing out.

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SOURCE: "Clunking" noise in rear of 1990 Honda CRX Si

Try a salvage yard rather than a parts store on the 1990 Honda CRX.

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You are on the right track, you can buy those bushings. Just go in and ask for the rear control arm bushings and they should be able to look it up and get the right ones for you. I have a 91 Camry, great cars.

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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