Special Tools Required
Check the ball joint boot for weakness, damage, cracks, and grease leaks.
If the ball joint boot is damaged and leaks grease, replace the lower arm.
If the ball joint boot is weak and cracked but dose not leak grease, go to step 2. Replace the ball joint boot.
Remove the lower arm.
Remove the ball joint boot (A).
NOTE: Be careful not to damage the mating surface with ball joint boot of ball joint housing (B).
Pack the interior and lip (C) of a new ball joint boot with grease. Keep the grease off of the ball joint boot-to-lower arm mating surfaces (D).
Pack fresh grease into the base (E). Do not let dirt or other foreign materials get into the ball joint boot.
Install the boot on the ball joint, then squeeze it gently to force out any air.
Press the boot with the inner bearing driver attachment until the bottom seats (A) on the lower arm all the way around.
After installing a boot, wipe any grease off the exposed portion of the ball joint pin.
Install the lower arm.
Valve Body and ATF Strainer Removal (A/T)
Remove the ATF feed pipe (A) from the regulator valve body (B). Remove the ATF feed pipes (C) (D) from the servo body (E). Remove the ATF strainer (F) (two bolts). ...
Shaft Assembly and Housing Installation (A/T)
Install the differential assembly in the torque converter housing. Install the baffle plate. Assemble the mainshaft, the countershaft, and the secondary shaft. NO ...
Adjusting the Seat Positions
Adjust the driver’s seat as far back as possible while allowing you to maintain full control of the vehicle. You should be able to sit upright, well back in the seat and be able to adequately ...