Just inboard of each of the supplied-jack points, and pointing towards the ground, are four hard-rubber support points. (Get down on your hands and knees and crane your head under and you'll see them.) They're also typically used for lifting, as with a floor jack. Since you can't simultaneously use a jack and a jackstand, I typically raise one corner with the factory jack and then put the jackstand in place, then lower the jack and use it on the next side/corner.Where did you guys put jack stands and a jack on the car. I have only used the jack supplied with the car. Thanks. Im trying to do ball joints this weekend, and really need to know where to jack the car up and put jack stands at.
Didn't I already answer this?Can I put the jack on the LCA (lower control arm) when using the pickle forks on the ball joint. When the ball joint lets loose, the whole axle will want to come down. I dont want to bend my LCA if it cant handle the stress. What are your thoughts about it?