Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Colt
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes jack the car up from the jacking point so the tyre is off the ground this is located under the the chassis rail. Remove the tyre so it's out of your way. Remove the bolt that goes through the centre. Pry the bushes out with a small pry bar or large screw driver. Check that spring or bolt is not over worn. Install new ones. It may be a little difficult to line up to install bolt again but pisstantce is required. Refit tyre Remember remove the jack. DONE
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
Jack & support with stands, remove wheels, undo botom caliperslide bolt, flip up calliper & remove pads only 1 side, drain some fluid out of the brake master cylinder, push caliper piston back with G clamp, install new pads, flip caliper down & do up bottom bolt, repeat with other side, replace wheels & your done
Posted on Jun 22, 2012
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