Question about 1994 Isuzu Rodeo
In trying to lube my ballbearing joints i found that their is no nipple to grease my ballbearing joints. How do i lube them please?
I think you mean 'ball-joints,' part of the steering and suspension.
Most modern vehicles, with some exceptions, no longer have the Zerk fittings once found on each ball-joint, but 'lifetime' lubrication packed into the joint and decently sealed to prevent loss of grease and incursion of dirt and moisture. You may have sealed ball or roller bearings used in your wheels since the cone-type, adjustable bearings are also less common than they once were.
In my experience, these sealed assemblies have become ever more reliable as materials and manufacturing techniques have steadily improved. Many such assemblies now really do last the usable life of our vehicles.
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