Question about 1996 Chevrolet K1500
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: need to know the torque
for a 72 which is the same front end: upper-install new joint torque the bolts that hold it on the a-frame to 45 ft. lbs. then torque the ball stud as follows: 40-60 ft. lbs. plus additional torque to align cotter pin not to exceed 90 ft. lbs. never back off to align cotter pin. then install cotter pin.
Posted on May 19, 2009
A Ball Joint Can Usually Be Replaced Without Removing The Control Arm From The Vehicle. Place The Vehicle On Jack Stands. Remove The Shock Absorber And Install A Spring Compressor on The Coil Spring.Remove The Nut Securing The Ball Joint To The steering Knuckle And Separate The Knuckle And Then Joint. The Ball Joint Should Be Pressed,Riveted,Bolted,Or Screwed Into The Control Arm.A Service Manual Will Give The Details For The Specific Make And Model Vehicle.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
Tighten nuts to 52 lb ft. Tighten bolts to 81 lb ft. Tighten upper ball joint to steering knuckle nut to 147 lb ft. Tighten bolt and nut to 18 lb ft. Tighten brake hose bracket to 106 lb in.
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
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