How to Repair a Ball Joint on a Dodge?

Answer The steering knuckle on a Dodge is connected to the upper and lower control arm by the ball joints. Ball joints allow the knuckle to swivel, which is used for directional control of the vehicle. Wo... Read More »

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How to Repair an Auto Ball Joint?

We have all seen that car over to the side of the road that looks like it has a broken wheel. More likely it's a broken ball joint that resulted in the steering knuckle coming loose from the car. P... Read More »

How to Replace a Dodge Dakota Lower Ball Joint?

The ball joint in the Dodge Dakota's lower control arm controls the steering and suspension much like the upper bone joint connected to the pelvis controls the leg. If your truck's ball joint needs... Read More »

How to Replace a Ball Joint on a 1996 Dodge RAM 1500?

The ball joint on your 1996 Dodge Ram 1500 truck connects the steering knuckle to the control arm and pivots to allow for suspension travel and steering input. If one of the two ball joints on eith... Read More »

How to Do a Ball Joint Replacement on a 2000 Dodge Neon?

Your 2000 Dodge Neon features ball joints, which act as a pivoting point connecting your car's wheels with the suspension system. The ball joint is a bearing and socket assembly that fits into a st... Read More »