Toyota Corolla Ball Joint Removal?

Answer The ball joint on the Toyota Corolla works with the car's steering and suspension, much like the ball-and-socket joint in a person's hip. The ball joint can wear down over time and cause the car to... Read More »

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How to Remove a CV Joint on a 1998 Toyota Corolla?

The "CV" in CV joint stands for '"constant Velocity." It is a fitting name for an axle that maintains a constant rotational speed as a vehicle drives over rough or uneven terrain. The CV joint is t... 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 Use an OTC Ball Joint Removal Tool?

The OTC ball joint removal tool is a hand press that can be used to remove or install ball joints for a variety of applications. The tool is essentially a C-clamp with a variety of adapters that al... Read More »

'92 Accord Ball Joint Removal?

The ball joint on a 1992 Honda Accord is pressed into the steering knuckle. You must remove it with a special tool. In order to replace this joint you must remove the knuckle and place it into a la... Read More »