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9. Remove the bearing carrier from the rear drive shaft
and trailing arm.
10. Rotate bearing by hand and check for smooth
rotation. Visually inspect bearing for moisture, dirt, or
corrosion.
Replace
corrosion, or roughness is evident (see Chapter 7 –
Rear Bearing Replacement, page 7.8).
11. Remove the four fasteners
line retainers to the trailing arm.
12. Remove the lower stabilizer bar linkage fastener.
Discard the nut.
13. Support trailing arm with suitable jack stand or
support.
14. Remove the lower shock bolt. Discard the nut.
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15. Remove the front trailing arm bolt
16. Remove trailing arm from vehicle. Visually inspect
trailing arm, bushings, o-rings and spherical bearing
for wear. If bearing requires replacement, refer to
Trailing Arm Spherical Bearing Replacement, page
8.24.
17. Replace trailing arm if physically damaged.
18. Reverse this procedure to reinstall rear trailing arm.
NOTE: Use new fastener nuts upon installation
of the rear trailing arm and bearing carrier.
19. Torque all fasteners to specification.
Trailing Arm to Main Frame:
(Trailing arm spherical bearing bolt)
70 ft-lb (95 Nm)
Rear Shock Mounting Bolts:
70 ft-lbs (95 Nm))
Rear Stabilizer Bar Linkage:
40 ft-lbs (54 Nm)
Radius Rod Mounting Bolts:
40 ft-lb (54 Nm)
Bearing Carrier to Trailing Arm Bolts:
42 ft-lb (54 Nm)
Rear Brake Caliper Mounting Bolts:
40 ft-lbs (54 Nm)
Rear Wheel Hub Castle Nut:
110 ft-lbs (149 Nm)
Wheel Nuts:
120 ft-lbs (163 Nm)
. Discard the nut.
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