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I can't find any zerk fittings in my 1998 Chevy Malibu and my manual doesn't say anything about how to grease my axles,ect.

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Hello,Maybe I can shed some light on this situation.Some of,and I`ll say most of the cars and trucks now days ,do not have them.The axles need not to be greased,they have a cv boot around each knuckle(cv joint)that is full of a certain kind of grease.Unlees the cv boots crack or break open to exposure ,they will be just fine.If ican assist you anymore,please fill free to email me direct,roniecon@gmail.com

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