How to Replace Lower Control Arm 07-14 Chevy Suburban

How to Replace Lower Control Arm 07-14 Chevy Suburban

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace failing, rusted, rotted, or damaged control arms with ball joint. This video is applicable to the 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 Chevy Suburban.

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• Pry Bar
• 18mm Wrench
• 24mm Wrench
• 7mm Wrench
• 15mm Socket
• 18mm Socket
• 21mm Socket
• 24mm Socket
• 36mm Socket
• 7mm Socket
• Grease Gun
• 15/16 Inch Socket
• 7/8 Inch Socket
• T30 Socket
• Socket Extensions
• Torque Wrench
• Marker / Writing Utensil
• Floor Jack
• Hammer
• Jack Stands

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Ken McColloch says:

Hello…I'm in the process of replacing both lower control arms on my 2014 Silverado and I noticed something. When you were putting the new control arm on, it showed that you put the shock/strut back on BEFORE you put the axle back on, but I tried it step by step and I could not get the axle back in with the strut in the way! Was your video somehow edited?! It looked like some of your steps aren't in order!

l Pronox says:

I have cast iron lower control arm on my 2014 Silverado, my question is it interchangeable with stamp steel?

Kai Champaign says:

My ball joint is frozen on, I spent about 11 hours trying to get it off and it will nottttt budge. Any suggestions other than a pickle fork, hammer and ball joint separator?

pdub1076 says:

Great vid! how about a video for a 2017 gmc sierra denali 1500 lower control arm with magneride suspension?

Dustin Taylor says:

what size is that lower control arm bolt the 18 bolt with 24 nut . I need 2 new nuts for those bolts

Jade Sills says:

You don’t have to unbolt the cv axle… if you want to I guess but I did it on my 2015 Silverado and I just undid the cv nut and took the spindle and everything off and tied the cv shaft to the frame so it wasn’t hanging

noneya bidness says:

Removing the axle really required?

Martin Parra says:

Do you sell Lower Control Arm for a 1999 Chevy Suburban

Resurrection Auto Rebuilders says:

Thank you for doing this with a rust belt vehicle. As you know, defeating the rust is 1/2 the battle!

Gabe The Pitbull Preacher says:

Good to see ya again Andy from 1aauto

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