You are here:

Chrysler Repair/'06 Magnum R/T: Rear suspension knuckle

Advertisement


Question
Hello Roland,
I am working on my 2006 magnum RT rear suspension,replacing links and I have a problem with the wide bushings on the craddle for the spring links.
My tool is not wide enough to get them out for replacement,I don't find any informations on my repair manual regarding them big bushings.
Could you please tell me which tool is used,I'll check on it with repair shop to borrow one or If you have trick for my problem don't hesitate.
Thank you.
Terry

Answer
Hi Terry,
Yes, there is a special tool and separate instructions for that spring link shown in the manual for the Magnum. Is yours called an SRT-8 model or not, as the instruction are different?
I can copy those pages and attach them to an email I will send to you directly. Don't use the "@" symbol but instead use "at".
Roland

Chrysler Repair

All Answers


Answers by Expert:


Ask Experts

Volunteer


Roland Finston

Expertise

Free fast answer to your repair question about a Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth car, minivan, SUV, or truck. Problems with electronically controlled engines and transmissions as well as body wiring problems are my specialty. This free troubleshoot advice forum helps you diagnose faults, minimize repair costs or do-it-yourself.

I answer questions seven days a week and respond to you in about 30 minutes. "Maxed Out" means I am answering another question, briefly unavailable, or asleep overnight, so try again later.

I have do-it-yourself experience (50+ years) and a library of 100 1982-2011 Chrysler factory shop manuals and 20 multi-manual Chrysler Corp. CD's.

I was voted "Top Expert" 2010-2015, here at AllExperts, and have answered 20,000+ questions.

Experience

Five decades as a 'do-it-yourselfer' on domestic and imported cars.

Organizations
Yahoo Autos Group called The Chrysler Lebaron Club (co-moderator)

Education/Credentials
Advanced degrees in Physics/bruised knuckles

Awards and Honors
"Top expert" of 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 here at Allexperts. Quickest "average response time" at Allexperts (currently no. 1).

©2016 About.com. All rights reserved.