<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by threeimpalas:
Also, you *might* not have the spring lined up correctly in the top. That happened to me while installing the springs in the '95. (Reminder: don't install hard to see things when it's getting dark out.) The top of the spring was crooked and wound up resting on the little "fingers" that help hold the spring in place.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Doh. I think I did this on my 9C1. What's the quickest/easiest way to remedy the situation? The only two things I can think of is break loose the lower BJ from the steering knuckle, with a jack under the arm, lower the CA, and twist the spring. The other method I've been told is to put a jack under the lower CA at the *frame* and remove the bushing bolts, then drop the CA with the jack. What do you recommend? It sits a little higher on the driver's side.