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Nissan navara D21 4x4 front end suspension diagram

I need a diagram for the ball joints that attaches to the center rod on the front end of a Nissan Navara D21 4x4

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Let me know if you need further help. If you need a diagram, I would suggest buying a Haynes Manual from a local NAPA, Autozone, or Checker, or even a Fleet Farm and those will have complete instructions and diagrams for everything on the vehicle and are a great thing to have for every vehicle that you own.

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