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There's an annoying creaking sound coming from around my right rear wheel on my 2005 Accord. I think I've identified it as the trailer arm. Is that something I can replace myself?

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They are usually fairly easy to replace, remove the large bolt that holds the arm to the knuckle, then remove the 2 bolts that hold the arm to the sub frame. Just grunt work really, not too hard.

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