Step 2: Clean and ID Broken Parts
Don’t worry about a showroom shine. The objective here is to shake out and knock off any dirt and debris that might otherwise get in the way of your wrenching and make your bench messier than it needs to be. Inspect the truck to see what exactly is broken. Refer to the intact side of the truck to confirm which parts need to be replaced. In our example, the upper arm has “broken.” (We actually cut it to simulate a break. The sacrifices we make for you guys.)
What looked like a huge disaster is actually just a broken upper arm.