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Leaking greece badly from right frount ball joint

It has full toyota service history,132 thousand miles, but leaking greece from frount right side ball joint ,slight wobble at speed, abs light comes on when brake at low speed[squeek,crunch at 5 mph before stop], want to fix replace ,order kit to sort problem .also need manuel,can you please help,regards Ian

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Check the rubber gaiter

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