Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake assembly and rotor. Remove the retaining nut from the ball joint. Pound the ball joint out with a hammer. Reverse the process to install the new ball joint.
Remove u-joint clip (CV Joint), remove as an assembly, press bearing out.
Jack up and support the right front of the vehicle. Remove the wheel/tire. Remove the brake caliper and hang the caliper with a piece of wire out of the way. Remove hub/rotor assembly. Remove backing plate and spindle. Slide out axle assembly. Replace u-joint as you would on a driveshaft. Assemble in reverse order.
Replace the complete halfshaft assembly, it is much easier than trying to replace the cv joint itself.
You have to replace the lower control did assembly .
This for the 4x4 version, remove the caliper and brake assembly, remove the spindle nut (large bar or very large impact) remove the lower ball joint nut slowly with a jack under the ball joint and gently release the pressure on the suspension eventually lowering the jack. swing the wheel hub assembly a side and remove the axle. place the joint in a supported vise and remove the retainer clips that hold the u-joint stable in the joint housing, gently with a socket the same sixe of the u-joiny cap and a brass hammer pound the joint from the housing, install the new joint and reassembly in the reverse of disassembly. Be sure to torque the spindle not and replace all clips/kotter pins.
Unbolt/remove driveshaft. Use U-joint press to remove old U-joint, install new and replace driveshaft.
You have to replace the entire hub assembly, the wheel bearings are inside of it. Jack up car, remove tire, remove brake caliper and rotor, remove hub nut on cv axle, remove bottom ball joint nut(use pickle fork tool to remove ball joint from hub), tap cv shaft loose of hub, unbolt strut from hub, unplug abs wire, and replace hub assembly. Reverse steps to reassemble.
YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE TIRE AND REMOVE THE SPINDAL IF IT IS A LOWER BALL JOINT THEN YOU HAVE TO PRESS IT OUT AND PRESS IT BACK IN WITH A BALL JOINT PRESS IF IT IS AN UPPER BALL JOINT THEN YOU HAVE TO REPLACE THE UPPER CONTOL ARM AND HAVE THE VEHICLE ALIGNED
Remove wheel followed by the caliper slide pin bolts remove the caliper and suspend it from the strut next remove the ti rod end by hitting the outside of the mount that its in next get a pickle fork and realese the taperd shaft of the ball joint after u remove the bolt holding it into the assembly after that remove the two bolts holding the strut to the assembly and wiggle it loose the take the whole assembly and with a ball joint press that u can rent press the ball joint out u have to buy a whole control arm if u want to replace the upper ball joints but lowers u can press out. Then do everything in reverse
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the brake assembly and rotor. Remove the ball joint retaining nut. Pound the ball joint out with a hammer. Reverse the process to install the new ball joint.
Remove the wheel. Using a punch, tap out the dented nut locking ring. Remove the axle nut. Remove the cotter pin and nut on the steering rod and pop the steering rod off using a suitable puller or try tapping on the nut (not the threads). Remove the two ball joint nuts and bolts (17MM) Pull the assembly off the half shaft and tie it off to the side. Give a good hard yank on the old shaft to pull it out of the tranny. Install the new half-shaft in reverse order.
Jack the car out and remove the wheel. Remove the ball joint nut. Pound the ball joint out with a sledgehammer. Reverse the process to install the new ball joint
Jack up the side you want to replace and put a jack stand under it. Remove the ball joint clamp bolt and nut. Remove the bolt completely. Remove the 2 bolts holding the ball joint to the control arm and take it off.
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your Oldsmobile. Remove the retaining not on top of the ball joint. Pound the ball joint out. Reverse the process to install your new lower ball joint.
once have ball joint loose have to drill/remove the rivits holding it in, will be replaced with bolts/nuts
Not so easy.This is pressed into the lower control arm.So :Jack and support carRemove lower ball joint to upright nut.Separate ball joint from upright. Usually with a hammer and suspension fork.In some cases there is a spot weld that needs to be ground off in place of the snap ring.Remove the snap ring that retains the joint into the lower control arm.Use your portable ball joint and suspension press to remove and install the replacement joint.Assembly is reverse of disassembly.
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the nut from the top of the ball joint. Pound the ball joint out with a hammer or mallet. Reverse the process to install the new ball joint.
You must replace the entire control arm assembly with the ball joint included.
It is easier to replace the whole hub assembly. -remove wheel - remove caliper, brake pads and disk - disconnect tie rod end (separator required) - undo strut mount bolts - separate ball-joint (separator required)
Remove the old one, by removing axle nut and ball joint, then swing strut and hub assembly over.. Tap shaft out at transmission side then pull out as complete unit. Ensure that everything is clean before installing new shaft.. to install repeat process in reverse..
Begin by removing the tire and wheel from your 1987 Honda. Remove the brake assembly and the brake rotor. Remove the CV joint retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new CV joint.
Remove the tire and wheel from your 1993 Mercury Cougar. Remove the ball joint retaining nut. Pound the ball joint out with a hammer. Reverse the process to install your new ball joint.
To replace ball joints on a 2004 2WD Ranger, lift the upper control arm of the spindle assembly and remove the nut holding the lower ball joint in place. Then lower the lower control arm to relieve the ball joints. Replace with new.Ê
Replacing ball joints is very labor intensive, and should not be done at home if you are not experienced at auto repair. A very quick generalized rundown of the procedure is: Raise and support vehicle Remove wheel Remove tie rod nut Separate tie rod from knuckle Remove brake caliper and rotor Remove front axle nut(on 4X4 models) Remove or unplug ABS sensor if equipped Support lower control arm with jack Remove upper ball joint nut Separate upper ball joint Remove lower ball joint nut Separate lower ball joint Remove steering knuckle assembly with hub and all from vehicle. Use ball joint press to remove and replace ball joints. Reverse procedure to put car back together. Repeat for other side.