Raise and support the vehicle.
Remove the stabilizer bushing (A) from the axle beam.
Apply silicone spray (P/N08209-0001) to the new stabilizer bushing. This will ease installation of the bushing into the stabilizer and the axle beam.
NOTE: When spraying any agents that contain silicone, cover all the connectors, terminals, and switches in area with a protective cloth or plastic sheet.
Install the stabilizer bushing (A) into the axle beam by aligning the end face of the stabilizer bushing to the center of hole (B).
Securely install the stabilizer (C) into the stabilizer bushing groove (D).
Make sure the stabilizer bushing is not protrusion the end of the axle beam (E).
Inboard Joint Side
Remove the boot bands. Be careful not to damage the boot. If the boot band is welded type (A), cut the boot band. If the boot band is a double loop type (B), lift up the ban ...
Testing of Readiness Codes Your vehicle uses “readiness codes,” as part of its onboard self diagnostic system. Some states refer to these codes during testing to see if your vehicle’s em ...
Installation (Part -3)
Remove the vinyl tape from the connectors. Connect the EPS motor angle sensor 8P connector (A), torque sensor 6P connector (B) to the steering gearbox. ...