Question about 1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
The best place to try and lift is on the lower control arm as close to the tire as you can get the jack. If you are going to be working under the car then be sure to use a jack stand or some blocking to supprt the car in addition to the jack. If you are outside on the ground then be sure to place a piece of plywood under the jack stands. This prevents them from sinking.
If you want to lift the entire front end jack one side at a time and block it as you go. Do it in stages until you get the height you want. If one side is too high then the car will slide sideways as you jack the other side up. This is one of the reasons I prefer blocking to jack stands. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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