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Where is the rear control arm on the 2001 pontiac bonneville and can a layman replace the busing in it?

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I would say no. The rear control arm is bolted to the frame in the rear wheel area. It is rather involved to remove the control arm, and replacing the bushing involves using a press to press them out and install them.

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