How to Replace Front Lower Forward Control Arm 2006-10 Dodge Charger

How to Replace Front Lower Forward Control Arm 2006-10 Dodge Charger

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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. This video shows you how to install a new quality TRQ front lower forward control arm in your 2006-10 Dodge Charger.

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William Cattr says:

I totally muted that sorry Trump reelection commercial…

Other than that, this video was helpful.

MOPARGuy says:

Control arm is to be torqued under the weight of car. Not on the lift.

LoveOptimistic says:

This is the best control arm repair video I have ever seen. Good job!

MrGAMECATCanaveral says:

Jeesh that was fast.

Rudy Gonzales says:

Name of tools used would be nice but great video, edit it's called a (Car Tie Rod End Puller Ball Joint Separator Remover Ball Head Extractor Tool)…lol

Bailey Hatfield says:

My man just said give it a bonk lmfao. The whole video seemed so like normal part ad and then *BONK*

Ken Brook says:

I use thread locker too, because that's how I roll. Lol

DomTheFutureMotovlogger says:

What’s that grey clamp tool called??

Nathaniel Phifer says:

Hey, how's it going. This is one of the best demonstration of working on a Dodge Charger that I have ever seen. I have a couple of questions for you. Can this same job be done with hand tools and jacc stands and if so, how difficult will the job be?

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