on the upper ball joints just remove the four bolts on the upper control arm and use a picker fork to remove the balljoint from the steering knuckle. for the lower ball joints you have to remove the axle then repeat the same steps for the uppers
If its 2 wheel drive, you will need a press. Those ball joints are pressed into the upper and lower control arms. If it is 4 Wheel drive you need to remove the rivets with either an air chisel or to drill them out.
Remove driveshaft nut,remove kingpin grease cap and remove 17mm nut.Lever down kingpin from upper arm and remove driveshaft from hub.Hammer c.v. joint off shaft( inner circlip).
I've done it on a 1996 ram 1500 it's a pain and you have no choice but to replace both the upper and lower
Two. One on each side in the front. There are only lower ball joints on this vehicle. There are no upper ball joints - there are struts instead.
replace the upper control arm and take it to aligment shop it will be the right process
Look in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
The answer to this Question is that there are 46 or 45 joints in the human body. x3
Look where the upper and lower radiator hoses go after they come out of the radiator. There should be a housing on one of the two with 2 or 3 bolts holding it on. Remove the housing and the thermostat should be underneath.
Check your upper and lower ball joints, that's usually the culprit.
you have to remove the spindle and press the old ones off
I've changed them on my 97 4cyl, almost exact same truck, 2wd. pull off wheels,remove brake pads caliper and rotor, behind metal plate should be 4 bolts on top of ball joint and one below with cotter pin and nut, remove these. next, use ball joint seperator (fork type or auto zone loans out pro kit) to remove ball joints. install new ball joint, reassembly is reverse.
behind the glovebox (have to remove), upper right in a plastic holder with cap.
PCV valve is located under the hood, center, upper engine area, mounted in intake manifold.
The lower ball joints have to be pressed out. The upper ball joints are part of the control arm, so the complete upper assembly has to be replaced.
It is inside the upper intake manifold. To get to it you must remove the throttle body, upper intake manifold, and several electrical lines and fuel lines.
Check upper ball joints and outer tie rods.Check upper ball joints and outer tie rods.
Rear wheel drive have upper ball joints, front wheel drive do not. The strut takes the place of the ball joint.
You change the control arms, upper and lower. The ball joints are manufactured into the control arms.
under the cover in the front, you have to remove the coils in order to get to the plugs the rear is hard to get to sometimes you have to remove the upper intake to get to them good luck
Disconnect the upper and lower joints, put the ring of the lyre on the lower joint, tighten the lyre, reconnect the upper and lower joints.
To do so would be a waste of money, replace the upper ball joints first, then have it aligned.
There are many joints present in the body. Some are ball and socket joint, joint between the upper jaw and the lower jaw, joint between the upper jaw and the head, joints in the skull, joints in the fingers, joints between the toes, joint in the wrist,etc.
cost to remove 8 upper teeth replace with upper dentures
you should just be able to follow the upper hose to the water outlet then remove the 2 screws holding it on and inside you should see the thermostat