How to Replace an Upper Ball Joint on a Dodge Stratus?

Answer The ball joints are part of your suspension system. They help your vehicle's tires and wheels ride smoothly over bumps and holes on the road. However, the upper ball joint is an integral part of th... 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 Remove the Upper Ball Joints on a 1996 Dodge Stratus?

The ball joints serve as steering linkage and support for the steering knuckle in the steering system of your 1996 Dodge Stratus. Although you can service the upper ball joint as a separate unit on... Read More »

How to Replace an Upper Ball Joint?

Ball joint wear is indicated by the steering knuckle and wheel assembly being loose on the control arm, which runs from the car's frame to the steering knuckle (right where the ball joint is). Ther... Read More »

How to Replace the Upper Control Arm & Ball Joint?

The upper control arm and ball joint are located under the front of the vehicle and are an integral part of the steering and suspension system. If these are loose or broken, they should be replaced... Read More »