How to Replace Front Lower Control Arm 2008-12 Chevy Malibu

How to Replace Front Lower Control Arm 2008-12 Chevy Malibu

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Control arms are a crucial part of the suspension system of your vehicle. They not only carry the load of the vehicle to the wheel, but they typically also maintain its alignment. Control arms are typically large and strong, so you may be surprised it needs replacing. They contain rubber bushings for smoother rides at the cost of eventual wear, or integrated ball joints that require replacing the entire arm when they wear. This video shows you how to install a new quality TRQ lower control arm with ball joint in your 2008-2012 Chevy Malibu.

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garrett grogan says:

Great video about to do mine

Thomas Sapp says:

I watched this video and several others and they all assume you have a car lift… If you came to this video as someone doing this yourself instead of as a mechanic, do yourself a favor and START by putting the balljoint in before putting the other connection points in. Trying to hammer the balljoint in with only 6-10 inches of space between it and the ground does not work.

EZ9293 says:

Good video guys

Leekautorepair says:

You guys must be stuck in 80's lol. Don't nobody load the suspension just to tighten the control arm bolts. Just tighten them and keep it moving

Anthony Reyes says:

Your video is messed up

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