How to Test Lower Ball Joints?

Answer Most modern vehicles use ball joints on the front suspension. Ball joints allow the front steering spindles, which the front wheels attach to, to move in all directions, making for a better and saf... Read More »

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How to Change Lower Ball Joints?

The lower ball joint on a car is located between the steering knuckle and the lower control arm. It, along with the upper ball joint, allows the steering knuckle to pivot from left to right, turnin... Read More »

How to Inspect Lower Ball Joints?

The ball joints can receive a lot of wear because they are a large part of what makes the suspension flexible. Inevitably, the ball joints can wear. It's important to inspect them to keep track of ... Read More »

How to Replace the Lower Ball Joints on a 2002 S-10?

The lower ball joints of your 2002 Chevrolet S-10 truck are located on the control arm of the steering linkage, underneath the truck. The lower ball joints act as a connector between the tires and ... Read More »

How to Replace the Lower Ball Joints of a Corvette C4?

The C4 Corvette was produced from 1984 though 1996 by Chevrolet with a control arm-based front suspension. This suspension incorporated both upper and lower ball joints. Ball joints require replace... Read More »