You need a copy of a service manual for that. That will have pages of instructions with line drawings and torque specs. A better alternative is to work alongside a mentor who can point out the tricks we use to avoid causing problems.
Specifically, your vehicle uses ball joints that are bolted to the control arms. Most of the time the originals are riveted in place, and cutting those rivets off can be a real frustrating and time-consuming affair.
Have you ever performed repairs on suspension systems before? Are you aware of jacking, supporting, and other safety concerns? Do you have tools to loosen the tapered studs on the ball joints? Are you doing the uppers or lowers? Once I have an idea of your skill level, I will offer advice and suggestions. If you check first to see if rivets have to be removed, you will either need a heavy-duty air chisel, or an angle grinder and an air hammer. If the old joints are bolted in, your life is going to be a lot easier.
Friday, March 24th, 2017 AT 7:34 PM