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Originally posted by 95dman@Apr 21 2006, 03:18 AM
Place the jack under the control arm. This will compress the spring and raise the tire without having to overcome wheel travel. Or, you can use blocks of wood on top of the jack foot to compensate for wheel travel but I don't like setting the vehicle back down with that much toe-in on a non-slip surface like cement. Maybe just being overly cautious but looks painful.
Originally Posted by mre_powers
then there is a tube that is in the back and you find it and plug it with a sturdy object such as a screw and epoxy or a rubber nipple (this was easier with the tire off)
then find the appropiate electrical connector up on the engine bay and disconnect and protect from grounds.
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