Replaced the MFS. Living out in the country, being able to go from highs to lows and back is a must. The MFS has always given me problems, but lately its cut out completely leaving me in the dark, in between highs and lows. Not fun!
So I got a good used one from Morad, and got to it. I didn't have the airbag tool, so even though I had a wheel puller, I couldn't get the stupid steering wheel out of the way. So, with a lot of improvised tools and patience, and taking the long way around, I managed to get it done. I can't believe how bad my old one was now that I know what a good one is supposed to work like.
Certainly not a job I want to do again anytime soon though. Airbag removal tool, next on the list of specialty tools to add to my collection.
I don't really want to know how much regular shop labor would have been for this..
I also ordered my Moog upper rear links so I can get my alignment done soon. The drivers rear upper is bent pretty bad, so I have the control arms for the front, the uppers coming for the rear, did new rod ends not long ago, so she really needs an alignment.
2004 Buick LeSabre Custom FE5 GXP suspension conversion. 170Kmi
2001 Silverado 4WD 5.3L, 33" BFG ATs, Z71/Z82 pkg, 147kmi.