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I can't remove the lower ball joint on my 89 isuzu trooper. I have every thing undone there is not enough space to pull the ball joint out

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I think you have to slip the axle out of way first to create enough clearance.

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You may need a special tool, ask your auto parts store.

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Emissionwiz has asked you to clarify your question to best assist with your how to remove the lower ball joint, trooper problem: do u have the ball joint press?The ball joint is presse3d out; the problem...


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