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Default 02-15-2017, 07:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Nagol
I think most people do these on ramps, myself included. It isn't that bad of a job. In short;
1. remove plastic guards
2. unbolt the sway bar
3. unbolt and push up the steering rack (do not have to completely remove)
4. do your thing on the exhaust
If the car has time and mileage on it some of the exhaust bolts suck to take off
Thanks

I watched "the" video on YouTube on this a few times. Don't remember seeing them unbolt the sway bar. Necessary or just makes things easier once it's done?

Also, does anything HAVE to be torqued to specific values or can I use common sense and the forearm meter for this job? My torque wrench sucks.

2010 / 67,000 miles (garage kept for the first 65,000)
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