Question about 1991 Isuzu Trooper
My rear axel has slipped down the leaf spring on the passenger side causing some problems! To fix or replace - are the springs under tension? Do I need special tools? Or is there a 'trick'.
I am a novice at fixing Troopers and live ib Belize so assistance is hard to come by. Help would be appreciated. Dave DLC
Ok what you have is just a multi leaf leaf spring. in the middle of the leaf where the axle should be a bolt that holds them together. you need to check the U bolts that hold the axle to the spring. there has to be a reason it moved . check the leaf spring for a broken leaf. i would recomend getting new Ubolts. and when you put it back together make sure you use the bolt that holds the leaves together as the center .
if ya need more help just let me know
if ya could snap a pic if you are having problems and send it i might be able to be more of a help.
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