What is the torque specification for the lower ball joint on a 2001 Honda accord dx?
The 2001 Honda Accord lower ball joint torque specification is 90 pounds. The lower ball joint should be torqued in 45 pound intervals.
Support vehicle properly on jack stands. Remove both front wheels. Remove lower ball joint nut and cotter pin. Remove axle nut (36MM). Seperate lower ball joint carefully. Pull axle from housing and from transmission. Reassemble in reverse order. Torque Axle nut to 105 ft./lbs Install new cotter pin in lower ball joint after tightening nut. Torque wheels to 80 ft.lbs. Drive away a happy Honda owner.
Honda knows they have a problem with the passenger side lower ball joint on 2001-2005 Honda civic. refer to Honda service bulletin 04-079 dated December 21,2004. the bulletin describes how to remove the ball joint and Honda now has a ball joint replacement. however, the service bulletin suggests checking the opening in the knuckle to make sure it will receive the new ball joint. the bulletin also suggest that Honda will repair it even if…
Why would a Honda accord front end squeak when we go over every bump It has new struts and new bushings?
Ya jack it up,remove the the wheel,under the hood,remove the two 18 mm nuts from the control arm near the strut,remove the cotter pin and nut from the upper ball joint and smackit with a hammer,and install new control arm with ball joint. I saved a sht load doing it myself.and it only took about an hour.dont get raped by those aholes
How much would it cost to get one CV joint fixed on a 1995 Honda accord at a shop such as Firestone?
Eventually the CV joint will fail resulting in the following: a loud, harsh grinding sound; an inability to drive the car anywhere; and large additional expenses from the peripheral damage to the surrounding parts. Eventually the CV joint will fail resulting in the following: a loud, harsh grinding sound; an inability to drive the car anywhere; and large additional expenses from the peripheral damage to the surrounding parts.
Actually if you wanna grab a hammer and just beat the thing out it worked for me as well, but then i came onto another problem, my ball joint wont come out because its hitting the wheel bearing and i donr have enough money to get a shop to press the bearing out temporarily! Help! The joint has to be pressed out in a hydraulic press. If you're a do it your selfer then remove…
jack up and support vehicle ,remove tire on the side in which you are changing the axle, remove axle nut, remove lower ball joint nut, separate, lower ball joint from spindle,remove lower strut bracket from control arm, after you have supported the spindle off to one side, take a small pry bar and place it between the inner c-v joint and the transaxle housing and pry out
If you already have all the tools you need - on this list include a 36mm socket and a pickle fork to separate the bottom ball joint - $65 to $80 depending on where you shop will get you a new axle, and they're not mentally difficult to install. (Physically is a different matter - this job will wear you out.)
Follow the below steps to replace the CV Joints on Honda Accord: 1) Raise the vehicle up with a car jack and place a jack stand under the vehicle frame. Lower the car jack so that the vehicle is sitting on the jack stand. Do not place the jack stand under the axle, since you will need that axle to be free to work on. 2) Remove the tire and take the nut off of…
You'll need to lift the vehicle. The ball joints have to be "unloaded" to inspect for play, of which there should be no play in the ball joint connections. Grab the suspension components with your hands and try to force them away and toward each other. If there is play, you will either feel it in your hands or your will hear it.