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Old 04-02-2008, 12:11 PM   #1
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So im removing my k member and i was wondering if anybody had any tips or tricks on this?

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dont forget about the abs wires, they're easy to miss, do the two break lines on the abs unit,unbolt the steering shaft, the power stearing lines (if leaving the engine in) and the two motor mounts (with jack behind the front tires supporting engine) then the 4 strut bolts on each side, then the 6 bolts holding the K member in slowly lower it and your done.
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Awesome, thanks for the help. Do you know if you have to bleed the abs system after or can you just bleed the breaks normally?? Thanks for the help!
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