How to Replace a Lower Ball Joint on a 1996 Sable?

Answer The 1989 Mercury Sable was produced with the option of a standard 3.0-liter engine, as well as a 3.0-liter, dual overhead cam, V-6. The 1996 Sable was equipped with antilock brakes and an independe... Read More »

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How to Replace the Ball Joint on a 1996 Mercury Sable?

Your 1996 Mercury Sable features ball joints which connect your car's steering knuckle to the control arms. Their protective casing keeps dirt and debris from building up within the joint assembly.... Read More »

How to Replace a Lower Ball Joint in a 1996 Honda Accord?

The front suspension on a 1996 Honda Accord uses an upper and lower control arm that guide the front suspension up and down while allowing the wheels to turn with the steering wheel. Both arms hold... Read More »

How to Replace the Lower Ball Joint on a 1996 Lincoln Town Car?

If you notice a slight clicking noise coming from your 1996 Lincoln Town Car that gradually progresses to a thumping noise when you drive over a rut, your lower ball joint has probably gone bad. Fu... Read More »

How to Replace a 1996 Ford Explorer Lower Ball Joint?

The lower ball joint on the Ford Explorer acts as a linking mechanism between the wheels of the Explorer and its steering system. Without the lower ball joints, you would be unable to steer the Exp... Read More »