Question about 1994 Chrysler LHS
Dont forget the most common strut rod(radius rod) bushings(30 bucks) just did all on mine, front wheel bearings,lower control arm with ball joints(both) and inner tie rods.and really look at sub frame for stress cracks(recall prob)
Posted on Feb 28, 2013
Possibly CV joints, or ball joints which on LHs's are usually part of the lower control arm and they are changed together (I.E. control arm and ball joint together as an assembly). 60-70 bucks each if you choose to DIY. but do not forget to check your sway bar end links, as they can wear and make a popping noise. Also if you have never replaced your struts, look into the strut mounts. the bearings in them wear as well and are easily over looked by many "pros". This is something i will be changing on mine over the thanksgiving day weekend, since i will have about 3 days off.
The inner ball joints also have bushings that can be changed but its much easier to just change the entire joint. Not fun for a DYIer but can be done.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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