Question about 1996 Honda Accord
Try lifting the car up with a jack and placing a jack stand under the car to support it. Then you can use the jack to lift up the control arm to align the bolt holes. I have never done one myself because they usually don't go bad. I don't promote violence unless it's necessary but I would let someone at that shop catch one of those rods with their face. I hate idiots who know nothing and enjoy incorrectly diagnosing problems. Knowing nothing does not make you an idiot but pretending to be a know it all does. Sorry for rambling. Let me know if you need any other help. I may not have the answers but I will definitely point you in the right direction if I can.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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