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How to replace control arm bush on 2001 daewoo nubira

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    yadayada Apr 10, 2011

    Thjey are pressed in and out, so you can't do the job at home

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1. remove control arm. remove split sleeves from rear control arm bushing. press off control arm rear damping bushing using a press and remover/installer ( KM-158 ). press out control arm front damping bushing using a press and remover/installer ( KM-158 ).

2. press control arm rear damping bushing into control arm using a press and remover/installer (KM-158 ). press control arm front damping bushing into control arm using a press and remover/installer ( KM158 ). install sleeves into rear control arm bushing. install control arm .how to replace control arm - johnjnail_2.tif

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    john nail Apr 10, 2011

    i have a picture of the control arm if you would like it send me your e-mail and i will send it to you, i don't think it would help much its just a picture of the arm and bushing, but if you want it let me know.

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