Question about 1991 Isuzu Trooper
Where are the grease fittings
Posted by Anonymous on
I replaced all of my joints, ball, tie rods, etc with grease fittings. If you can't see or feel them, there are none. You can try a grease needle that are sold at auto parts stores for cheap. You have to pierce the joints and inject them slowly. Eventually you'll have to replace them with joints that have fittings.
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