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Ball joints.I have done these in many vechiles before is there any thing different in this vechile i should look out for..

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I think the only problem you may encounter is that you may need a press to get the old one out and the new one in. before installation of the ball joints and this is only if they are pressed put the part in your freezer overnight and the metal will contract and make it easier to put back in.

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