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Old 09-23-2016, 09:03 AM   #1
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replace drag link on 2002 navigator what puller do i need and where to by it

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You need a mini sledgehammer.

Loosen the castle nut, a few turns, and then HIT the end of the arm, that the link end goes thru.

One good HARD hit and out it comes.

Don't fight with the cotter pin, if stuck and your not reusing the end, just pull hard on the wrench and it will shear.
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