evilcowboy: Your parts are the cheapest I have seen to address the cheap stock trailing arms. You guys solution is far better and as always your videos are excellent. I usually just use them to check out what I am in for when doing a job since you do a lot of northern cars I run into the same stuff as you do.
Will be buying these shortly for both my GM cars. Thanks.
bsedgal: Thanks for the how to. I did this today on a 2000 intrigue with some major rust problems. There were some differences with this car but the job was still pretty similar. Almost all bolts were stuck in the bushings and needed to go to the hardware store for replacements. What helped was removing the trailing arm bracket and then putting it in a vise to pound out the bolts. Especially when just working under jack stands.
Genghis Khan: Great video thanks a lot friend :)
woofdawgg69: Wow I didn't know you were 1aaout! I mean I've seen many of your dyi videos but it just never clicked that your 1aauto... Wow I almost always buy my parts from that sight.
desertfox2020: I had no problem getting the nut off of the rear bolt, but no matter what I can not get the bolt itself to come out or even turn. I put enough force on the bolt with a breaker bar that I lifted the car up, pivoting it on one of the jack stands, but it wouldn't turn at all. Seeing as I'm going to have to cut it off, where would I find a replacement bolt?
wisconsindabber: what would you recommend doing if the upper control arm bracket is rusting? should i just use some C channel steel what the arms fit into and weld it into place?
Phil Meagher: Can you elaborate on what you're doing at the end with the jack? Is the point to have the arm under press (loaded with the cars weight) when you torque it? Also- how big a deal is it if I don't have a torque wrench? I have a general idea of 80lbs is like...not THAT tight. I know I'm late in this comment. Thanks anyway!
1A Auto Parts: You can replace just the bad one. Hope this helps you out. 1aauto.com
rafaelborja891: Is it better to replace both or just the one you have bad? Because on my grand prix I have one of those bent lil not all crazy but still
etyrnal: i think this is what i experienced on my Impala. Had to remove the saddle/bracket that hold trailing arm to undercarriage (that's the ONLY thing the 15mm socket was for)
etyrnal: Thanks! Watched your vid, and did this on a 2000 Impala. No room on ends of forward trailing arm bolt/nut. Had to remove "saddle"/bracket from bottom of car. Trailing Arm bolt was FROZEN into the metal tube in side the bushing. Had to DRIVE the bolt out. P.s. one of the 15mm bolts that holds the 'saddle' to the undercarriage unscrewed 1/2 way then sheared w/ about 3/4" sticking out -- could NOT remove it.
1A Auto Parts: The video we have for the Chevy impala will be the exact same style as your Grand Prix
Roddy229X: Do you guys have a video for the switch and regulator on a 1999 Grand Prix coupe? Both of my car's windows are sticking, and it's very frustrating to try and deal with the local service department
1A Auto Parts: We sell the a pair of these trailing arm shown in the video complete with bushings on our website. They're a very affordable part that's built better than the original. Part Number: 1ASFK00163 on our website 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
speeddemon002: If its a U arm does the whole arm have to come off the change the bushings??
1A Auto Parts: It should fit in just like the original part does. If there are any issues at all call our sales line @ 888-844-3393 1aauto.com
buggen39: My new arm is offset on one side which side goes to inside of car?
nmattcar: wow those rotors look brand new (sarcasm)
1A Auto Parts: We currently do not have an auto repair video that shows this particular repair. We'll keep this in mind in the event that we make this type of repair in the future.
MrBigbear22: How do fix or change the front an back bumpers on a pontiac grand am 01 to 05
How To Install Replace Rear Trailing Control Arm GM Front Drive 88-08 1AAuto.com5
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