How to Replace Lower Ball Joint 1988-02 GMC Sierra 1500

How to Replace Lower Ball Joint 1988-02 GMC Sierra 1500

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Modern suspensions combine a number of moving parts for safe and stable handling. The ball joint is the crucial moving component that ties those parts together. The ball-in-socket joint can wear out and loosen over time. Or, the rubber protective boot can tear, allowing contaminants to seize the joint. Bad ball joints are a common failure point on vehicle inspections because they lead to unsafe driving conditions. Fortunately, they are relatively easy to replace with the right know-how. This video shows you how to install new, quality TRQ ball joints on your 1988-2002 GMC K1500.

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RIP Randy says:

Thanks for the video!

DatTexasBoi _ says:

Why is there no bolts in top ball joints

Derrick Davis says:

My 95 had press in bottom ball joint

tstony59 says:

Not very reassuring when icon shows an UPPER ball joint when title says LOWER ball joint

Dab Master says:

Should of used a truck that had stock lower ball joints.

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