Join Date: Apr 2010
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When I did my rear bushing I did two things that made it easy:
1.- Took the heat shield off that's over the exhaust. Hell, I didn't even take it off, I just unbolted it and rotated it until it was clear of the bushing. To take the shield off the whole way you have to remove the 02 sensor on the exhaust and that's a pain.
2.- Take the actual shifter lever out from the inside of the car and unbolt the front bushing mount. That way you can slide the whole linkage forward and the rear bushing has tons of room.
Hope that helps.
Oh, and the jacking, you can jack off of the front crossmember (right behind where the undertray stops), and lift the front end of the car off the ground all at once.
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