Brian How long have they been in? Can you post a pic of what happened. Thats a strange one if it pushed out instead of as Joel said wear out. Hope it didnt cause to much damage for you. I another one of them I dont have time jobs but you'll find a way to make time that you dont have! Best of luck Rodney
Problem solved. Thanks for the input, it was very helpful. I put a little Lock-tite on the threads this time.
The bushings were rubber and were installed on the car about 14 years ago by a repair shop. The problem was the front bolt backed out of the rod allowing the a-arm to move forward enough that the rear bushing came out of the a-arm and the front rubber bushing came out of the shell. It took me about 3 hours to pull the a-arm out, re-install new bushings, and put it back together. The only damage that was done is the arm cracked the fan shroud but not enough to hurt anything. Thanks again. Brian
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