How to replace front lower arm on AUDI A4 B5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

How to replace front lower arm on AUDI A4 B5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC

How to replace front lower arm on AUDI A4 B5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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Pete Surename says:

And thank you for the video! Gonna do this tomorrow and this vidoe helped a Lot 🙂

Pete Surename says:

What about that front stable bar bolt/nut that was removed from the other side of car when stable bar was lowered out of the way? No mention about doing that or removing/fasten it – it is just suddenly unplugged and bar was lowered (._. )

John Doe says:

Shit video.
I couldn't care less about the 'safety' bullshit with protective eye wear, but showing that ball joint release after a few little taps is total shit!
Also, doesn't this fucking moron have a copper/hide hammer to strike those alloy parts?
Get fucked…. hack mechanic!

konquer247 says:

Great video, although it would be nice to include torque specification when tightening

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