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Q:Do these need to be machine pressed in? Or can they just be switched out by hand?
A:Hi Charlotte, glad to assist you! New bushings can be installed by driving or pressing. When installing new bushings, make sure they are driven in straight. A poor installation could enlarge the hole in the control arm. Adapters are available for the C-clamp tool to install the new bushings. After the correct adapters are selected, position the bushing and tool on the control arm as shown below. Turning the C-clamp handle pushes the bushing into the control arm. Once the new bushings are started into the control arm, measure and mark the center between mounting holes and center the control arm. Now, alternately press in the bushings on each side, keeping the reference marks aligned. This ensures the shaft is not off center, causing binding. End cap nuts or bolts should not be torqued until the vehicle is at curb height and the suspension has been bounced and allowed to settle out. Re bolt the control arm and tighten the bolts to specifications, then install the coil spring into position. Install the ball joint studs into the control arms. Remove the coil spring compressor. Install the wheel assembly and lower the car. Road test the car, re tighten all bolts, and set wheel alignment.