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1998 Firebird Control arm bushing replacement

hi everyone . Iam working on a 1998 firebird . I need to see if anyone no how to change the upper and lower control arm bushing ?

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hi everyone . Iam working on a 1998 firebird . I need to see if anyone no how to change the upper and lower control arm bushing ?
You need a FACTORY SERVICE MANUAL.
1998 Camaro Firebird and Trans Am Repair Shop Manual Original 3 Volume Set
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Sure do, take apart. Press out the old & press in the new & Reinstall.
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Sure do, take apart. Press out the old & press in the new & Reinstall.
Sounds like one of those fosdick Haynes or Chilton manuals hahahahahaha.
1. Disassemble
2. Re-assemble in reverse
No problem.
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I know how.
actually, they should be struts, not control arms,IIRC
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Hmmm.They have both. Lookslike overkill to me.
Looks like You have to remove the brake caliper,spindle, then the lower control arm,then the upper control arm
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