There aren't any.
As it left the factory with original parts, it had no grease fittings.
Original equipment probably has none. Replacement parts may come with a grease fitting.
Not from the factory. Replacement parts could though.
In a 2004 Toyota 4 Runner : The 4.7 liter V8 engine has a timing BELT
is it a 1500.don't look to long there aren't any.when you need new ball joint etc use aftermarket parts most have grease fittings
if you can't see them then there aren't any.
From the factory there where none.From the factory there where none.
From the factory, it is sealed. Some non-OEM replacement parts do have grease fittings.
The 2004 Chrysler Town and Country front end uses fittings that look like zerks, but do not except grease. The components are sealed and do not need to be greased.
I assume the grease fittings are contacting the aftermarket wheels. Remove the grease fittings and install plugs in their place.