More than likely their are none, go to the local tractor dealership and get yourself a grease gun needle and peirce the boots to grease it. i have a 2003. grease fittings i know of are on the ball joints of the upper control arm and the lower control arm, on either end of each tie rod, on top of pitman arm, on top of idler arm.
11 grease fittings
2 Grease Fittings. One on each Tie Rod End.
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I have only been able to find 2; Tie-rod ends. I have a 2WD W/T with a 4.3L.
There are no grease fittings on the new cars as the ball joints and steering assembly is maintenance free.
Not on original equipment
Grease fittings are located at upper and lower ball joints, outer tie rod ends, inner tie rod ends, pitman arm and both ends of idler arm.
It probably hasn't any.
If the components are original they are sealed with no grease fittings
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grease your ball joints if you dont have grease fittings u will need to replace them
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NO. They are a factory sealed bearing, can not grease them.
No it`s sealed unit
In your a hole
There is 11 grease fittings in the front end parts. You have 1 fitting in the front driveshaft, could have 1 in each u-joint. There may be fittings in the rear drive shaft too. There is 11 in the front Suspension for sure, and that is not counting the driveshafts.
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They are usually on the tie rods etc wherever there are bushings and easily visible from underneath. I am not sure if there are any on the rear of your model unless it has a sway bar, but you should be able to see them all and service them with a grease gun.
You can't, They are a sealed bearing that's in the hub Assy.