Question about 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander
Wrenches. tire tool. hammer , pliers , a jackstand or blocks to support the vehicle. a jack to manipulate the lower control arm . air compressor and air impact wrench and a socket ( metric and usually a special size ) available at Auto zone for rent
which is refundable when you take it back ( so its free )
the sad part is that the driveshaft just pulls out of the transmission, and slips back in with a little effort. all held in place with 1 special nut. the bad part is that this PROCEDURE IS DANGEROUS because removing the lower balljoint lets the TENSION from the strut assembly FREE and can hurt you or even kill you. Please exercise caution. this task can be accomplished with minimal effort and a few tools.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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