Welcome to the DoItYourself Forums!

To post questions, help other DIYers and reduce advertising (like the one on your left), join our DIY community. It's free!


michaelx's Avatar

Join Date: Jun 2002
Posts: 19

06-13-02, 04:41 PM   #1  

i need to change the trailing arms on my 1991 chevy lumina. its a 3.5 liter sedan. what size socket or whatever do i need to loosen the bolts where it is attached to the shock. also; even though i have the haynes shop manual it is very brief in its instructions. please inform me of any surprises or snags i might run into or any special tools that i might need. it is my first time doing this and i could use any advice you could give aside from the usual safety issues like jack stands and wheel blocks etc. thank you so much. michael

Sponsored Links
Joe_F's Avatar
Visiting Guest

Posts: n/a

06-13-02, 09:28 PM   #2  
Check www.autolibrary.org below for the R&R procedure.

That being said, a factory GM service manual is far superior in all regards.

You can also rent any needed tools from any Autozone that has a tool rental program.

Search this Thread