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It is not the struts that cause the pathfinder 'death wobble'. It is the lower trailing arm bushings. These are the 3 feet long bars in the back that sort of resemble traction bars used on old racecars. There are also 1 foot long shorter trailing arms above these. The driver's side upper trailing arm is a pain to remove but the lowers and passenger upper are easy. You will need a good 1/2 inch breaker bar though and an air impact would be handy too. Have the bushings pressed in by a local machine shop and save 1/2 of what the whole bar will cost. But to save time just buying each bar for about $80 each might be best. Then won't need this again for another 100,000 miles hopefully.Report it
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