Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
I've removed the broken left front axle and would like to know the best/easiest way to install the new one. It looks like I have to remove either the shock or the sway bar support pin ? (The old one came out because it was in two pieces.)
Well first you need a floor jack to put under bottom a-frame, then unhook shock from bottom a-frame or take off completely its up to you, unhook sway bar from bottom a- frame, and remove caliber off rotor and hang it off to the side, when all thats done you will have to pop the bottom ball joint, then you can put in new axel. Should not take more than 2 hours to do.
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