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  • April Harriman
    Part of a video titled How To: Replace Ball Joints on Your Vehicle - YouTube
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    Press slip the appropriate press tube around the bottom of the ball joint under the control arm thenMorePress slip the appropriate press tube around the bottom of the ball joint under the control arm then use the clamp. And a ratchet and socket to push the ball joint. Out.

    How do you fix ball joints?

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