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Problems with my peugeout 406 2.0 hdi 2004

I need to replace the balljoint but need a tool, without usinga hammer+chisel. i have a peugeout 406 2.0 hdi 2004.
also im getting air coming out of the air filter going into the fuel pump.

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Remove nut and wallop balljoint till it pops out or buy balljoint splitter

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