Question about 2003 Jaguar S-Type
I have a 2003 X-Type sport 2.5L I was on my way home the other day and I heard a huge snap and foind out that I broke the bottom part of my trailiing arm on the right rear. What is the easiest way to do this job? I picked up the new assemplby and the new bushings are inside it. I was a mechanic for 11 years so it looks pretty simple to do just blots and some cables for ER brake and wheel sensor. Let me know what you all think. Thanks
I had a lower control arm rust on the Left Rear of my 1990 Cadillac. It was kind of hard to get out, for the technician. He had to cut out the part where the shock absorber mounted with a torch.
Of course, yours is already broken. I think that you should be able to do it if you have 11 years of experience as a mechanic or technician.
You may want to take out your impact wrench and compressor to remove the two bolts where the bushings are.
Is the wheel sensor in a hub?
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