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Old 10-15-2016, 12:23 PM   #11
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I got the Helwig adjustable links but when I went to remove the top bolt that is in the frame (not the bolt that attaches to the swaybar) from the OE links on the passenger side, before the bolt backed all the way out, it hit what looks like the AC compressor. i could not remove the bolt. I hate to think I have to remove the compressor just to remove/replace that bolt to mount the Helwig link on that side.

I ran into the same problem on my 2013 Mirada. I loosened the motor mount on that side and raised the engine using a hydraulic jack.
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