Found 54 PDF associated with tag : Lower Control Arm
Adjuster Plug Lock Nut xmember Mounting Nuts Cyl Line End fitngs Cyl Line Vlv End fitngs Inner Tie Rod Outer Tie Rod End Stud Nut to Knuckle 1st Pass 2nd Pass Final Pass Pwr Steering Gear Mounting Bolt Nuts to xmember Pwr Steering Hose fitngs Pwr Steering Pump Mounting Bolts Pwr Steering Reservoir Bracket Bolts to Eng Pwr Steering Return Hose Mounting Bolts FRONT SUSP xmember Mounting Nuts (Use New Nuts) Lower Control Arm Ball Joint Stud Nut 1st Pass Final Pass Pwr Steering Gear Mounting Bolts Shock Absorber Lower Mounting Nuts Shock Absorber Upper Mounting Nut Stabilizer Shaft Insulator Clamp Bolts Stabilizer Shaft Link Nuts Transverse Spring Retainer Bolts
Parts list: 2 - 3174 Upper control arm bushing. 2 - 3175 Upper control arm thrust washer. 2 - 188.8.131.52 (sleeve .875”O.D. x .563”I.D. x 1.960”LG). 4 - 2126 Rear trailing arm bushing. 2 - 184.108.40.206 (sleeve 1.000”O.D. x .563”I.D. x 1.900”LG). 4 - 2148 Lower control arm bushing. 2 - 220.127.116.11 (sleeve .750”O.D. x .480”I.D. x 2.125”LG). 1 - 9.11108 (grease).
COMPATIBLE WITH original 3-link suspension configuration and vehicle ride height up to 6.0”. SUSPENSION COMPONENTS THAT HAVE RUBBER BUSHINGS must be tightened with vehicle on level ground and at normal ride height. The springs must be supporting the weight of the vehicle when the hardware is torqued; or else ride comfort could be affected and premature bushing wear may occur. RUBBER BUSHINGS MUST NEVER BE LUBRICATED, as doing so will impair performance and longevity. SUPPLIED SPACER SHIMS must be used to fill the void between the suspension arm brackets and control arm bushings. Additional shims are included for customers who are installing front Control Arms at same time. Product: Adjustable Lower Control Arms Part Number: PN 6125 Application: Grand Cherokee WJ, 1999-04 (rear only
Before the removal and installation of parts, please refer to the factory service manual , or equivalent. Installation Notes: 1) First remove innermost bolts from the lower control arm. 2) Attach black mounting brackets using the control arm bolts provided (12 x 1.25 x 120mm bolts). Torque to 40ft lb. 3) Place the tie bar up to the mounting brackets, use supplied nuts and bolts to mount bar. Torque to 30ft lb. 4) Rotate the bar until there is tension and tighten the lock nuts on each end of the bar.
Installing a suspension lift kit raises the center of gravity of the vehicle. This increases the possibility of a rollover accident. Avoid sudden maneuvers at high speed and avoid all situations where a side rollover may occur. In addition larger tires decrease braking performance, please drive accordingly. We recommend a tire and wheel combination that make the vehicle's track width wider (wheels with less backspacing). This will lower the center of gravity and add stability. We also recommend that this system be installed by a qualified professional. Knowledge of suspension component function is necessary for safe installation and post installation inspections. Be sure to re-torque all suspension components and lug nuts after the first 100 miles of use, and frequently inspect all safety critical suspension components.
The objectives are to increase welding speed and maintain weld specifications for fillet welds on the componet parts provided by Tower Automotive. A detailed record regarding torch positioning, parameter settings and travel speeds will be provided
Removal Procedure Important Position the lift pads in order to minimize interference with the control arms and the rear suspension support. 1. Raise and support the vehicle on an alignment rack. Refer to Lifting and Jacking the Vehicle in General Information. 2. Remove the rear tire and wheel assemblies. Refer to Tire and Wheel Removal and Installation in Tires and Wheels. 3. Remove the 2 mufflers. Refer to Muffler Replacement in Engine Exhaust. 4. Loosen the 6 bolts that retain the 2 rear suspension support braces to the body.
The MkV Golf is a great re-design and improvement from the earlier model, particularly due to the allnew rear multi link suspension, although with the wider customer demographic vehicle handling dynamics and component quality has been compromised. This is good news for an enthusiast as there is a lot of potential for improvements on top of good underpinnings. MkV Weaknesses Poor roll control Excessive front bump steer Minimal alignment adjustments High compliance bushing, front and rear WHITELINE SOLUTIONS SWAY BARS Body roll was improved by fitting a set large adjustable 24mm (solid) front and 24mm (solid) rear swaybars