Question about 1991 BMW 7 Series
I know that if one loosens the U-bolt on the rear anti-sway bar and rotates it in the proper direction, it can raise or lower the rear end of the car to suite one's taste, but in this case this problem just suddenly showed up. The only provocation I can admit to is the road I was driving was especially bumpy.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 bmw 525i
Very common BMW problem. The front lateral arms that support the front to rear motion of the wheel. BMW calls it the upper, lower support arm. Two arms connect there. one left to right (think typical lower control arm, and this arm) It has a ball joint that connects to the lower most part of the strut and extends rearward to the rear crossmember and has a large bushing pressed into the arm. You can replace just the bushing if the ball joint end is ok. Bushings are about $45 each and you will need a press.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
hi,i own a bmw 750i,and went over a hump back bridge to fast and left the ground a bit.since then the rear suspension is jacked right up high permanently and makes a screeching sound like gas is escaping...any ideas??
Posted on May 23, 2011
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