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How do you replace the lower ball joint on a 1991 Plymouth Voyager LE 33L and if special tools are needed what are they?

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you need to press them in.if you put your ball joints in the freezer overnight they will shrink.Then heat up your a- arm with a torch and use a jack to pop the frozen ball joints in

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