Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Okay, if we're talking about a chev 1/2 ton, you have to grease the ball joints, upper and lower. To get the top one you'll probably have to turn the wheel to the left or right all the way, and you will see it on top of the ball joint. The lower ones will either be under the ball joint or sticking sideways. Other than that you have tie rod ends, and you maybe found them already. There may or may not be grease nipples on your u-joints on the drive shaft. Originals are usually sealed, and replacement have nipples. Good luck. Hope this hepls.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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