I'm getting ready to change the lower arm bushings on my 2006 Ranger Rover Sport and noticed that I have to dismantle the air suspension. Since I'm not very familiar with air suspensions, I was wondering if I need to be aware of any specific pre and post instructions for the proper disconnection and operation of the air suspension (after i replace the lower arm bushing). The bushings are worn out (because of 22" wheels) and I need to replace them ASAP. I can use any advise you can give me. Thank you.
Air suspension and bushings on 2006 Land Rover Range Rover Sport
by dsadvct in Laguna Hills, CA on February 06, 2011
1 answer 3 comments
ANSWER by ZeeTech , February 06, 2011
These job requires few special tools, including the bushing tool. It's safer to do it from a lift. I'd suggest to take it to a Rover specialty shop. If you definitely want's to do it yourself I can send you instructions, but you need to post an e-mail. Zee
COMMENT by Visitor , February 06, 2011
Hi Zee, Thanks for the reply and the info. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. I appreciate your help and instructions. Sy
COMMENT by ZeeTech , February 07, 2011
Check your e-mail, please. Be careful and double check everything, make sure all the fasteners are torqued to specs. Good luck with the repair. Zee
COMMENT by Visitor , February 08, 2011
Will do. Thanks.