13:13. Springs of a back suspension bracket - removal and installation
1. Lift the car and remove a wheel.
12.2 Turn off the lower fixing bolt and a nut of the shock-absorber (it is specified by an arrow)
2. Establish a jack under a suspension bracket spring, and squeeze it a little. Turn off the lower fixing bolt of the shock-absorber (12.2).
12:3á After the spring is free, it can be removed
12:3í Fixing bolts of the shock-absorber of a back suspension bracket (are specified by shooters) are located near a luggage carrier wall
3. On models with separately separate shock-absorbers and springs, gradually lower a jack and remove a spring (12.3a). On models at which springs are established on shock-absorbers turn off the top fixing bolts in a car luggage carrier (12.3b) and remove a suspension bracket rack. Remove a spring from the shock-absorber.
4. Before installation of a spring examine the top saddle on existence of cracks and wear. Replace it if it is necessary.
5. Examine a rubber damper on the suspension bracket lever on existence of cracks or wear and replace it if it is necessary.
6. Examine a spring on existence of cracks, corrosion or deformation. Replace it if it is necessary.
12.7 The top end of a spring needs to be established in the top saddle as follows
7. On models with separate springs and shock-absorbers, establish a spring in a saddle on the suspension bracket lever. Establish the top saddle (12.7). On models with racks of a suspension bracket install a spring on the shock-absorber.
8. On models with separate shock-absorbers and springs squeeze a spring by means of a jack and reliably tighten fixing bolts. On models at which springs are established around shock-absorbers establish and tighten the bolts of the top fastening located in a car luggage carrier, and then establish and tighten the lower fixing bolt and a nut.
9. Establish a wheel and lower the car on the earth.