Question about Volkswagen Golf
The swaybar is still giving you tension. The link has to be disconnected to the control arm. You need to disconnect the balljoint for the tie rod. Before removing the lower ball joint from the hub assembly, mark with a punch for reference when putting it back. There is no need to remove the center nut for CV joint unless it is the original strut which is longer when in static position. Note; DO NOT roll vehicle on the ground without a CV joint connected to the hub, wheel bearing will be crushed from vehicle weight.
You can use a 1/4" extension end placed on the slot to spread the strut carrier wide enough to release the strut from the carrier.
Posted on May 04, 2010
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