How to Replace a Ball Joint in a Cavalier?

Answer The ball joint in a Chevy Cavalier connects the steering knuckle to the lower control arm. It sustains the up and down movement of the suspension and wheel, as well as allows the wheel to move from... Read More »

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How to Replace a CV Joint in a 1988 Chevy Cavalier?

The CV (constant velocity) joints are a major component of a front-wheel-drive vehicle. The CV joints of the 1988 Chevy Cavalier transfer drive power from the transmission to the wheels. CV joints ... Read More »

How to Replace the CV Joint in a 2001 Chevy Cavalier?

Replacing a CV -- constant velocity -- joint is a task necessary for front-wheel-drive vehicles, such as the 2001 Chevy Cavalier. The CV joint helps front-wheel-drive vehicles perform properly by h... Read More »

How to Replace a Ball Joint on an S-10?

The Chevy S-10 truck uses two ball joints on each of the front wheels. Replacing either one of them is not an easy task. In most cases, it is possible change the upper ball joint yourself. You can ... Read More »

How to Replace a Ball Joint in a Vehicle?

Ball joints are an important car part that need to be checked and, if needed, replaced. Because ball joints connect the axle with the steering mechanism, broken ball joints can be dangerous, causi... Read More »