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It's Ball Joints and unless you are very handy with cars you need to take it to a front end specialist. you can save money by buying the parts youself at an Auto Zone or Advanced auto parts store and taking them with you to have installed. Your front end will also have to be aligned after these are replaced to keep from ruining your tires. Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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