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    how do I change lower control arm 99 honda accord

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    Things You'll Need
    Jack
    Jack stands
    Tire iron
    3/8-inch ratchet and socket set
    Open-end wrench set


    Instructions
    1
    Use the jack to lift the rear of the Civic and then put it on jack stands. Unbolt the wheels and tires using the tire iron and set them to the side.


    2
    Unbolt the factory lower control arm from the trailing arm on the suspension using the 3/8-inch ratchet and socket. This trailing arm is where the brake attaches to the suspension, so it's quite large. If accessibility is an issue, use an open-end wrench.


    3
    Disconnect the strut from the lower control arm using an open-end wrench and the ratchet. Then unbolt the last segment of the lower control arm from the center of the body using the ratchet. Pull the control arm out of the suspension and place it to the side.


    Read more: How to Remove a Honda Rear Lower Control Arm | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6085979_remove-rear-lower-control-arm.html#ixzz2O0FfyLqs



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