Re: how does teh suction cup ball fit into the garming...
Greetings, There is a seperate black clip that should have come with your gps if you purchased it new. Here is a link to Amazon to get a better idea of what I am talking about: https://buy.garmin.com/shop/shop.do?pID=8125# If you have the clip then there is a round indent in it that requires a good measure of force to attach to the suction cup mount. Take Care, -WN
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The things remembered clock is just tension fit in the housing. Easiest way to get it out is to get a plastic suction cup. Press the suction cup onto the face of the clock and pull and jiggle till the clock comes out. This way you wont gouge up the wood trying to pry the clock out with a screwdriver. It takes an N cell battery: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N_battery
Remove the brake caliper by removing the two bolts that connect it to the steering knuckle. Remove the lower ball joint cotter pin and retaining nut. Pry the steering knuckle up and away from the lower ball joint. Unscrew the grease fitting from the bottom of the lower control arm. Press the lower ball joint out of the control arm using a ball joint remover set.
Press the lower ball joint into the control arm using a ball joint installation tool. Remove the block of wood supporting the upper control arm. Install a new cotter pin through the ball joint stud.Install the grease fitting on the bottom of the ball joint. Use a c-clamp to push the piston back into the brake caliper. Reinstall the wheel assembly. Here you can find the quality parts http://www.buyautoparts.com/steering_system.htm
You may have to access the wiper transmission . some times the plastic cup breaks or comes off of the wiper motor arm . they use a press fit on a cup and ball socket to attach the wiper transmission to the wiper motor there is a metal arm bolted to the wiper motor with this ball on it . The wiper transmisson is located under the front cowel i am not sure if you can look through the cowel vents to see the wiper transmission or not . I belive NAPA can and does stock some of these wiper transmission if the ball and socket are damaged .
not difficult to do just need a nice crowbar and a big hammer ,soak bolts in engine oil firsat overnight then undo the bolts ,seperate the balljoint by wacking on the side with the big hammer and away you go ,refit the arm to chassis first then fit teh ball joint
The Garmin Nuvi 255w comes with a three piece dash mounting kit. A round disk smooth on one side tape on the other to affix to the dash (most dashes ar textured and the suction cup will not hold to textures) a suction cup arm with a ball end, and a bracket with a receiver for the ball. Snap the bracket and arm together, this can take a little effort. mount the disk to your dash in a place that doesn't obstruct your view of the road. then place the arm/bracket on the disk and push the lever down creating suction to hold the mount to the dash.
Another option it the beanbag dash mounts that hold the arm without sticking to your dash.
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If the end of the cradle has a ball,and the cup has a round part, just push the ball in, yes it does go in hard but should be ok. If it makes you feel more comfortable, you can put a drop of water on ball and wipe it around, once it dries, it wont slop around.
It should be a round hole with three little notches, just stick it in and push (flat surface required!) Then there is a lever on the suction cup to **** it against the windo, just snap close that when you're sticking the hip joint into the socket!