Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
To replace those, you need a special press fixture and a good dose of experience. They are pretty much the same as Chevrolet press in joints but much more difficult to get in and out. I generally use the press, a sledge hammer (judiciously) and gently heat the knuckle (warm, not glowing hot) and put the joints in the freezer 'till I'm ready to install them. This makes the job a bit easier (but you need to work quickly). You need to take care not to crush or otherwise damage the new joint and have to keep it perfectly straight or it will get stuck on it's way in.
If you have never replaced a joint, this isn't one you want to learn on!!
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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