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How to change lower ball joints on a 2004 gmc envoy 4x4

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SOURCE: 1997 gmc yucon 4X4 ball joint removal

Okay, more than likely you are going to need to take the upper and lower arms in to have the old joints pressed out and then pressed in. If you can buy the replacement joints and take them in, you will save a WHOLE lot of cash. You could also do this yourself if you have a hydraulic press or, if you can swing by an auto parts store that rents out tools......it looks like a modified c clamp.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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SOURCE: how to remove upper/ lower ball joints on 1990 GMC Suburban 4x4

hit the steering knuckle where the ball joint shaft goes through it while u have the wedge/pickle fork inserted, u do this on the round side of the knuckle, this is what is called a "Morse Taper" hitting it distorts the hole a little and that lets the joint pop free. You need at least a 5 pound ball pen for this to work..

Posted on May 12, 2009

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SOURCE: need instructions on how to replace lower ball

There is a large amount of stored energy in the spring. you can easily be seriously hurt. If you are asking this question, get a shop to do the job. It absolutely, positively must be done correctly or you risk loss of control of the vehicle.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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SOURCE: the four mounting bolts on my ball joints say

Just split the difference....16....Will be fine

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 2004 GMC ENVOY Steering wheel shaking, could this

Shaking of the front wheels indicates either an out of balance condition of one of the tires or a suspension component having too much play (such as ball joints). Have a front end shop check this out before a more serious condition occurs.

Posted on Nov 24, 2010

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How do i fix it


Sway bar bushing, Ball joints and Strut Mounts make these noises. See if the ball joint have grease fittings then get them greased. Check if Control arm bushings have play and can they be pumped with grease. If Control arm bushings have play then change the complete Control arm which will be economical in the long run. Please check and get back to me with more information.

Mar 25, 2015 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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Ball joint bolt fell out upper in 2007 GMC Envoy


Upper ball joint? That's not related to the job of replacing a tie rod or tie rod end. It's also not related to the brake job.

It's an '07 and it had a bolt-in ball joint? That's not factory - it's been replaced before.

Aug 07, 2014 | 2007 GMC Envoy

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Do I have to take the axle nut off to replace my upper ball joint on 2004 gmc envoy


No just the nut on the ball joint. Replace the whole control arm auto zone has them cheap.

Feb 01, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Could you give me the drawing of ball joint of GMC Envoy 2004


I have listed an image for the upper and lower while they are still assembled on the knuckhousing. Not sure of you have 4 wheel or 2 whel drive, and if you need the upper or lower ball joint.

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Jan 29, 2011 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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2004 GMC ENVOY Steering wheel shaking, could this be the ball joints or alignment? I know it needs an alignment,because the toe is out.


Shaking of the front wheels indicates either an out of balance condition of one of the tires or a suspension component having too much play (such as ball joints). Have a front end shop check this out before a more serious condition occurs.

Oct 29, 2010 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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Changing CV Joint axles on both sides of my 4x4. Do I have too drop the lower ball joint or is their another way around this? thank you


You will have to unbolt them. But Check them first. They are likely loose . Blazers are hard on lower ball-joints and it will be a good time to change them at the same time if they are bad.

Apr 03, 2010 | 1999 GMC Jimmy

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How do I remove front axel from 2004 envoy


required a little bit of works
remove the wheel
loose the tie rod end, lower ball joint, axle nut
separate the steering knucke assembly from the axle
remove the axle, you may have to use a pry bar to pry it out of the transmission

Feb 28, 2010 | 2004 GMC Envoy

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1997 gmc yucon 4X4 ball joint removal


Okay, more than likely you are going to need to take the upper and lower arms in to have the old joints pressed out and then pressed in. If you can buy the replacement joints and take them in, you will save a WHOLE lot of cash. You could also do this yourself if you have a hydraulic press or, if you can swing by an auto parts store that rents out tools......it looks like a modified c clamp.

Mar 14, 2009 | 1997 GMC Suburban

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Replace ball joints


Remove in this order: wheel, loosen the 4 lower ball joint set bolts, cotter pin and nut from tie rod, tie rod from ball joint bracket, ball joint from lower control arm, 4 lower ball joint set bolts, ball joint from suspension. Install is reverse but don't tighten the 4 lower ball joint set bolts.

torque is as follows:
ball joint to control arm- 112 ft-lbs
Tie rod nut- 67 ft-lbs
lower ball joint set bolts- 83 ft-lbs
remember to use a new cotter pin

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