Question about Hyundai XG350
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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.
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Posted on Mar 18, 2010
SOURCE: Want to know the relationship
The recall for your vehicle may or may not have included replacement of the trailing arm. The recall says that the trailing arm is to be "inspected" then it will be replaced, or modified at the discresion of the person performing the inspection. If it was "replaced", it would require the control arms to be disconnected and reconnected. If it was only "modified" there would have been no disassembly of the control arms required. See the picture below. The picture shows the rear suspension parts. Notice that the upper control arm and the lower control arm bolt to the trailing arm. (which is what also houses the hub and bearing with the wheel speed sensor.) I hope this helps you to resolve your issue.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
SOURCE: I was replacing the right
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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