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How to Change a Upper Ball-Joint C-clip type - 2004 Nissan Frontier D-22 4x4 Syspension
How to remove and install a upper ball joint on a 2003 Nissan frontier EX 4x4 .This process can be similar to other application. Replacing the ball joint with the A-arm still fix/bolted to the automobile is a easy way to maintain wheel Aline-ment with a important replacement parts. D22 Frontier/NP-300/Terrano (2001–2004) D22 Frontier (1997–2000) D22 Navara (1997– 2004) D22 Xterra (1997 - 2004) Currently the D22 Navara series remains on Nissan lineup for many countries and is known as Nissan NP300, Pickup, Frontier and Navara D22. In 2009 the D22 was updated with redesigned exterior door handles. The construction of the upper and lower control arms should be done with consideration for making them as rigid as possible. The ball joints should be proven component and their attachment to the arms should be secure. When mounting the control arms to the chassis, it is important that the brackets be made rigid. Any flexing of the control arm bracket will result in deflection and/or vibrations when the control arms are loaded during hard cornering. It is also important that the whole front of the frame doesn't deflect under loading, so care must be taken to fully triangulate this structure. Most rubber bushing consist of a inner sleeve, an outer sleeve and some form of material separating the two. In most modern production bushings, the material bonded between the sleeves is rubber. During the 1950's, factory chassis designers were attached to rubber suspension bushing because they offered three advantage over earlier steel-on-steel versions. The rubber bushing were (1) cheaper to build,(2) offered better isolation from the jolts of the road and (3) didn't required lubrication. Also, because the durometer (hardness) of the rubber could be tailored for specific chassis characteristics, the engineers gain a new design flexibility they didn't have with steel bushings. If rubber bushing have all of these advantages, why are so many car enthusiasts their bushing with ones made of other materials? Obviously, there must be driving situations in which the rubber bushings do not perform as well as they should. Under most driving condition, rubber bushings are the best choice. However, high performance driving demands less deflection, which a rubber bushing is not capable of providing. The excessive deflection of rubber bushing can have several adverse effects on high performance handling. A tire generates its maximum cornering power when it is perpendicular to the road surface. If the suspension bushings deflect when they are loaded by high cornering forces, the tire is force to positive camber - and cornering force are reduced. This explains why setting static negative camber helps cornering power. By aligning the suspension with negative camber when the car is at rest, you anticipate the positive camber caused by rubber bushing material Resists deflection, there is less loss of camber control. The lose of cornering power due to rubber bushing deflection is a problem on cars with independent front suspension and on cars with independent rear suspension. The need for a better bushing material is especially important to corvette owners because camber loss at the rear will cause over-steer. Rubber suspension bushing deflection can also have a dramatic effect on the steering characteristics of your car. The steering linkage consists of rigid links and joints, so there is little deflection when these parts are loaded by high cornering force. The control arms, however, are mounted in rubber. Thus, the control arms can deflect while the steering linkage stays in place. If the control arms move in and out, the steering knuckle will also move. The result is a change in "steering angle". The driver will notice that the car feels "twitchy", because the actual steering angle changes as the bushings deflect, even thought he/she is holding the steering wheel steady. If the linkage is in front of the knuckle, the result is deflection under-steer. If the steering linkage is located behind the front knuckle, the effect is deflection over-steer. Deflection over-steer is when the tire turns more that the driver asks. Deflection under-steer is when the tire turn less than the driver act. Deflection under-steer is generally considered to be safer and more pleasant to drive, so most late-model automobiles have their steering linkage in front of the knuckles.

Changing Brake Disks and Pads on a Nissan Primera
Changing the Brake Disks and Pads on a 2006 Nissan Primera 1.8S. The old disks don't look too bad but the car was juddering when braking they had warped. Getting the bolts off was quite difficult and if you have an impact wrench these are much better i got a lend of an impact for the other side and took the bolts off very quickly. Sorry the video doesn't fully show the new pads going back on or things like compressing the calliper piston the camera battery ran out.

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