How to Rivet an Upper Ball Joint?

Answer Ball joints are vital connectors between a vehicle's axle assembly and its steering linkage. Most automobiles have upper ball joints, with older vehicles having both upper and lower ball joints. Ju... Read More »

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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 Install an Upper Ball Joint on a '98 S-10?

Installing an upper ball joint on a 1998 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer is a fairly simple task in comparison to the importance of the ball joints. The upper ball joints are held to the steering linkage thr... Read More »

Upper Ball Joint Removal?

Upper ball joints are important for your car's steering. Without them, your steering wheel movements wouldn't be able to move your wheels so smoothly. Keeping your upper ball joints in good shape i... Read More »

How to Install an Upper Ball Joint in an 88 Town Car?

The Ford Motor Company recommends replacing the upper control arm and upper ball joint as a single assembly whenever you need to install a new ball joint in your 1988 Lincoln Town Car. However, you... Read More »