Question about 1998 Honda Accord
TAKE OFF TIRES, THAN BRAKE CALIPERS, THAN BRACKET,YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO TAKE OFF THE ROTOR NOW, TAKE OUT CENTRE NUT.TAKE OFF THE BOTTOM BALL JOINT,NOW PRY OUT THE CONTROL ARM, MOVING THE AXLE FROM THE CENTRE, USE A HAMMER AND A CHISEL LIGHTLY TO TAKE THE AXLE OUT. IF YOU NEED ANY DETAILS FEEL FREE TO ASK.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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