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How do i know which of the 4 different types of ball joint i rquire for my 2004 jeep grand cherokee limited?

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Once you have identified the worn part just remove it from the car and go with it to a parts shop and ask for an identical replacement.

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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How do i know which ball joints i need for my 2004 jeep grand cherokee limited?


Lift the car from the ground and secure it, ask a big friend to shake the wheels and other suspension elements and you look for loose parts - see it = replace it.

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Remove the brake parts tie the brake caliper out of the way, break loose the tie rod and lower ball joint, move the steering knuckle out of the way, pull the axle straight out with a sharp snap motion.

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