Question about 1994 Chrysler Concorde
I need the easiest and cheapest way to replace the ball joints and the cv joint on my 1994 Chrysler Concorde.
I took it to tire plus here in Winter Haven, Florida. They gave me this chart and my complete total is 827.43, I think thats outrageous, so I came on here to FixYa. Im hoping that you all can help me.
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The ball joints arent hard to do at all all you have to do is take the front tires off and you will see the ball joints as soon as you do this. then there is a nut on the bottom of the ball joint, remove it. then where the ball joint assembly connects to the tie rod mark where the end of the nut is with a sharpie. then loosen the compression nut that holds the ball joint then use a large wrench to loosen the ball joint assembly. then take off the old ball joint and replace it wit the new one lining up the backside of the compression nut with the mark you made with the marker then tighten. then put the bolt on the bottom of the ball joint assembly back in to the hole where you removed it then tighten snugly and put your tire back on and you are finished and then do the same on the other side
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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