Required tools:
Wire brush
WD-40 spray
Brake cleaner Copper grease
Torx bit T40
Drive socket # 13
Wheel impact socket #19 Ratchet wrench
Torque wrench
Pin punch Hammer
Crow bar
Wheel chock 1. Raise the front of the car and secure on supports. 2. Unscrew the wheel bolts.
Use wheel impact socket #19. AUTODOC recommends:
To avoid injury, hold up the wheel when unscrewing the bolts. 3. Clean the stabiliser link fasteners.
Use a wire brush. Use WD-40 spray. 4. Unscrew the stabilizer rod fasteners.
Use a drive socket #13. Use Torx T40.
Use a ratchet wrench. 5. Remove the stabilizer rod.
Use a pin punch. Use a hammer. Use a crowbar. AUTODOC recommends:
Examine stabiliser bushes. Replace them if needed. 6. Clean the stabiliser link fasteners.
Use a wire brush.
Use WD-40 spray. 7. Install a new rod, tighten the fasteners. 8. Tighten the stabiliser link fastener.
Use Torx T40. Use a drive socket #13. Use a torque wrench. Tighten it to 55 Nm torque. 9. Treat the surface where the brake disc contacts the wheel rim. Use copper grease. 10. Clean the brake disk surface.
Use a brake cleaner. AUTODOC recommends:
After applying the spray, wait a few minutes. 11. Screw in the wheel bolts.
Use wheel impact socket #19. AUTODOC recommends:
To avoid injury, hold up the wheel when screwing in the fastening bolts. 12. Lower the car and working in a cross order, tighten the wheel bolts. Use a torque wrench.
Tighten it to 120 Nm torque.