How long do Subaru control arm bushings last?

It's normal for control arm bushings to wear out over time. They usually last between 90K and 100K miles. via

How do you change a lower control arm bushing on a Subaru?

Knock loose the ball joint from the knuckle/spindle, and then remove the control arm. With the control arm bushing clamp, push out the old bushing. Use the control arm bushing clamp to push the new bushing into the control arm. Put everything back together in the reverse order of removal. via

How do you remove old rubber bushings?

The correct way to remove a rubber suspension bushing with a torch is to slowly heat up the bushing from the outside. Using the torch to heat the housing that contains the bushing will eventually cause the rubber to boil, breaking its chemical bond with the outer metal shell. via

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