Question about 1997 GMC Sierra
You should have one fitting on each upper and lower ball joint, (4 total), and you may or may not have fittings on each of the four tie rod ends. Don't overgrease any of them, they only need one or two strokes of the gun. I think that is all you have. Some cars have a fitting on each end of the upper A-arm, but GM generally uses a rubber bushing there instead, no grease required. The lower suspension arm to the frame is almost always a bushing and needs no grease.
You *might* have fittings on your driveshaft universal joints, although these need a special "needle" fitting to reach them. Most u-joints don't have fittings, however. If you have them, they are standard fittings located in one of the four inner "corners" of the joint, near the center.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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