How to Remove a Steering Knuckle?

Answer The steering knuckle on your vehicle is a joint that allows the steering arm to turn the front wheels. Occasionally, the steering knuckle can become damaged, requiring that you remove the arm to ma... Read More »

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How to Remove a Stuck Axle From a Steering Knuckle?

The axle in your vehicle is secured on one end by the wheel hub and steering knuckle assembly. Once you've removed most of the bolts and nuts required to remove the axle, there is still the matter ... Read More »

How to Remove a Ball Joint From a Steering Knuckle?

Ball joints can be removed either for replacement or to access other parts in the front axle. While often times ball joints can last the life of the vehicle, driving on rough terrain tends to short... Read More »

How to Remove a Steering Knuckle on a 1997 Dodge 4X4 Pickup 360 Engine?

The steering knuckle on a 1997 Dodge 4X4 pickup with the 360 cubic inch engine is connected to the front axle of the truck. This knuckle allows the front wheels to turn with the front axle, yet sti... Read More »

How to Remove the Steering Knuckle on a Chevy Four-Wheel Drive?

On a Chevy four-wheel-drive vehicle, the steering knuckle is a component of the steering assembly on the front axle. The tie rod ends connect to the steering knuckle, which then pivots on the upper... Read More »