Couple of Q regarding replacement parts
I had a "clunk" from front end and saw the swaybar-to-frame bushings were shot, so I had them replaced. But the "clunk" is still there, in some (not all but most) of the turns, when the body leans. It feels like something hits under my feet. So I guess I'd have my front control arms bushings replaced. Can somebody tell me how many bushings are there in the front (both upper and lower control arms), since I really can't figure it out. I looked at rockauto.com and some are sold as one, some as a pair, there's "front" label but also "front lower rear" all together, so I can't decide what to order.
A/C was recharged, with the color so it would point to a leak, and it discharged pretty fast (month or so - without even using it once). But there are no traces of color anywhere, so the mechanic guy concluded it's a part that is inside, on passenger side, and it requires the dash to come out to be replaced. He gave me the name in my language, but I don't know how to translate it so I could order it. He said it looks like a "radiator" in the front of the Jeep, approx the size of a thick book (encyclopedia or similar). Like a radiator, with all the little "ribs". What's it called in english?
If it's easier, I'm ordering all from rockauto.com so if somebody can point me to the right part number+quantity (for control arms bushings) and maybe partnumber or name for this "radiator" for A/C, I'd be very grateful!
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* 1994 ZJ (by VIN) with a 1995 engine (PO knows why)