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Why ball joints giving sound on suburban 2005

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Did you solve the ball joint situation?? If not i would def. go step by step on checking them, let me know.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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Jack up the affected side and support vehicle on stands.
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Remove nut that fastens onto affected ball joint;
Using a "pickle fork" (ball joint separator) hammer fork in between ball joint. Use at least a 5 Lbs. mallet to strike fork;38722d9.jpg
(Above: Blue wire is holding rotor assembly from flailing away after ball joint separation).

Using ball joint extractor, press out failed ball joint:
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Then fit in new ball joint and reassemble rotor assembly.


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SOURCE: How to replace ball joints on 2002 Chevy Suburban

The ball joints are press in type a good diyourselfer could do this job fairly easily. You should be able to rent the press at your local parts store

Posted on Jul 24, 2010

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YOU NEED SOME TOOLS LIKE 1/8 1/2 DRILL BITS.YOU NEED A PUNCH.YOU NEED A BALL JOINT SEPERATOR.YOU NEED BALL JOINT PRESS TOOL TO PRESS OUT BALL JOINT AND PRESS IN NEW BALL JOINT.YOU WILL NEED A HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL TO SHOW YOU PHOTOS AND GIVE YOU YOUR TORQUE SPECS.

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SOURCE: I have a 2005 Trailblazer.

If the changed the sway bar did they change the front sway bar end links? These clunk really bad but because the pressure the sway bar puts on it, it feels tight until you remove them. I have changed several. Works every time front and rear clunking.

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Jack up the affected side and support vehicle on stands.
04ad7d8.jpg
Remove nut that fastens onto affected ball joint;
Using a "pickle fork" (ball joint separator) hammer fork in between ball joint. Use at least a 5 Lbs. mallet to strike fork;38722d9.jpg
(Above: Blue wire is holding rotor assembly from flailing away after ball joint separation).

Using ball joint extractor, press out failed ball joint:
12cbf07.jpg
0c5ef57.jpg

Then fit in new ball joint and reassemble rotor assembly.


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