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Care acting like a ******!

Sucks **** and balls

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  • imablinkfan1 Dec 28, 2008

    i think i know what your problem is. I think your car has downsyndroum.

  • WaltGe May 11, 2010

    There are a lot of ways a car can act like a ******. Since this thing is 14 years old, I would imagine quite a bit could happen. What exactly is the problem?

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Why don't you just replace the *******!

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  2. Place jackstands under the frame.
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  4. Remove the front tire and wheel assembly.

Be careful to avoid over-extending the axle shaft joints. When either end of the shaft is disconnected, over-extension of the joint could result in separation of internal components and possible joint failure. Failure to observe this can result in interior joint or boot damage and possible joint failure.
  1. If a silicone (gray) boot is used on the inboard axle joint, install boot seal protector J-33162 or equivalent. If a thermoplastic (black) boot is used, no protector is necessary.
  2. Remove the cotter pin from the ball joint castellated nut. Discard the pin.
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