daveo wrote:sheck the bushing on the lower control arm that is bolted to the body of the car. ill have money on with you that thats the problem.have seen a few of these give the same trouble in the last few weeks
poTTA wrote:The upper control arm is to be tightened in the level position. Most people use a jack to work on their car, like me, and when i changed my springs we levelled the upper arm and raised and propped the hub to level and then reconnected the upper arm to the wheel hub. It's called relaxing the upper arm.
Remember, bushings in the arms are set to a position. Be sure to grease all of your moving suspension components. We use diesel mixed with used ATF fluid and you will notice the difference between a dry and a well greased wish-bone suspension.
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