How do you remove the lower control arm bushings on a Chevy Silverado?

Is it hard to replace lower control arm bushings?

Replacing your own control arm bushings is not a hard job to do if you're prepared to get it done. You have to be able to get under your car and get the control arms off and removing the bushings themselves is not difficult if you have a ball joint press to do so.

How do you replace lower control arm bushings?

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Is it better to replace control arms or just bushings?

Worn-out or cracked control arm bushings is another reason to replace a control arm, although in many cars, the bushings can be replaced separately. If a sway bar link is seized and cannot be removed without damaging it or it's not in very good shape, it's usually replaced together with a control arm.

How do you remove lower arm bushings?

How do you press bushings without a press?

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How difficult is it to replace control arms?

Control arm replacement can be difficult—especially if the vehicle's suspension is rusted and corroded. Separating the ball joint from the steering knuckle can be tricky, too, if you've never done the job before. And, oh yeah, you'll want to get your car's alignment checked after replacing the control arm.

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