Prothane Rear Control Arm Bushing Kit Many people are having trouble with the control arms on their Cobalt and HHR. The good news is that the problem is the stock rubber bushings, not the entire arm. The clunking noise and sloppy handling are caused by the splitting and/or rotting of your OE rubber bushings.5/5(1). May 12, '07 Cobalt. Control arm rear bushing is shot. Bolt is not coming. I've tried my full quiver of tools - PB Blaster soak, impact wrench, long breaker bar. No joy. I can continue these for a while, but at some point, I'll have to go to plan B.
Options would be (1) get an acetylene setup Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Moog Chassis Parts K - Moog Control Arm Bushings. Control Arm Bushing, Lower Front, Rearward, Rubber, Black, Chevy, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Saturn, Each.
Part Number: MOG-K (4) Estimated Ship Date: 11/8/ (if ordered today) Drop Ship. Estimated Ship Date: 11/8/ (if ordered today) Drop Ship. Add To Cart. Jun 27, Posts. #5 Jun 24, I've got the control arm bushings and zzp engine mount.
Little to no wheel hop (depends on the road surface) and no noticable vibrations. On the other hand, I did have the front transmission mount installed, but the vibration was more than I could take (felt and sounded like I was driving a freight train). Video shows step by step details of how I replaced the lower control arm on my Chevy Cobalt. The reason for replacing it was because of a knocking nois.
Anew lower control arm is very easy to replace. 1. Jack up the vehicle on the sub frame or pinch weld. 2. Remove the pinch bolt that holds the ball joint to the knuckle. 3. Separate the ball joint from the knuckle. 4. Remove the two bolts that secure the horizontal bushing to the sub frame. Feb 20, I have a Chevy cobalt that I am replacing the control arm bushings in.
I have the drivers side done, but i am trying to get the passenger side done but can't the main bolt out. I hear a clicking sound when trying to remove the bolt and want to know if something is broken where I.