How to Replace a Dodge Dakota Lower Ball Joint?

Answer 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 »

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How to Replace the Upper Ball Joint in a 1995 Dodge Dakota?

The 1995 Dodge Dakota has upper ball joints connecting each tire to the vehicle's steering linkage. The upper ball joints allow you to steer the wheels. Without the upper ball joints, you will not ... Read More »

How to Replace a Lower Ball Joint in a 1997 Dodge Truck?

to replace the lower ball joint on your 1997 Dodge truck, you must first raise the vehicle to a comfortable height. This will allow access to the lower ball joints. The job can take up to two hours... Read More »

How to Replace the Lower Ball Joint on a 2000 Dodge Neon?

The Dodge Neon was first introduced in 1995, and wore both the Dodge and Plymouth names. The Neon was the last car to ever wear the Plymouth nameplate when Plymouth was eliminated in 2000. The 2000... Read More »

How to Replace a Lower Ball Joint in a Wrangler?

The Jeep Wrangler/CJ is the go-anywhere do-anything vehicle that's been an American icon for over 50 years. The Wrangler version of the Jeep was introduced in 1987 and mixed updated technology like... Read More »