13.13. Springs of a back suspension bracket - removal and installation
1. Lift the car and remove a wheel.
|12.2 Turn off the bottom fixing bolt and a shock-absorber nut (it is specified by an arrow)
2. Establish a jack under a suspension bracket spring, and compress it a little. Turn off the bottom fixing bolt of the shock-absorber (12.2
|12.3а After the spring will be free, it can be removed
|12.3б Fixing bolts of the shock-absorber of a back suspension bracket (are specified by arrows) 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 (12.3а
). On models at which springs are established on shock-absorbers, turn off the top fixing bolts in a car luggage carrier (12.3б
) and remove a suspension bracket rack. Remove a spring from the shock-absorber.
4. Before spring installation examine the top saddle on presence of cracks and deterioration. Replace it if it is necessary.
5. Examine rubber демпфер on the suspension bracket lever on presence of cracks or deterioration and replace it if it is necessary.
6. Examine a spring on presence of cracks, corrosion or deformation. Replace it if it is necessary.
|12.7 Top end of a spring is necessary for establishing 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 suspension bracket racks establish a spring on the shock-absorber.
8. On models with separate shock-absorbers and springs compress a spring by means of a jack and reliably tighten fixing bolts. On models at which springs are established round shock-absorbers, establish and tighten the bolts of the top fastening located in a luggage carrier of the car, and then establish and tighten the bottom fixing bolt and a nut.
9. Establish a wheel and lower the car on the earth.