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 1995 Monte Carlo: How to Replace the Ball Joint?

Answer The ball joints, the connectors between the steering of your vehicle and the wheels themselves, are situated underneath your vehicle between the lower control arm and the steering knuckle. If the b... Read More »
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How to Put a CV Joint on a 1995 Monte Carlo?

The 1995 Monte Carlo has a standard CV shaft on the driver's side. The passenger side uses an intermediate shaft from the transaxle to an engine bracket where a CV shaft is connected to the interme... Read More »
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How to Remove the Bottom Ball Joint Rivets on a Monte Carlo?

Changing the bottom ball joint rivets on a Monte Carlo is not a fun process. But if you have to change them, you must remove the rivets. This article will explain how.
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How to Replace the Starter on a 1995 Monte Carlo?

The starter on the 1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo is heavy -- 14.4 pounds -- so when you remove it, if you don't think you can hold it up with one hand, use something to support it, so that it doesn't ... Read More »
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How to Replace the Alternator in a 1995 Monte Carlo?

The 1995 Monte Carlo uses a 105-amp alternator. The alternator recharges the battery. If you have a dead battery, you will not be able to properly diagnose an alternator, so charge the battery unti... Read More »
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