How to Silence a Squeaky Ball Joint
In this videos I show and talk about to make a squeaky ball joint quiet.
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Fixing the rangers squeakyball joints.
The ranger was making a lot of noise, while going down the road, and when I
turned the wheels. Turned out to be dry ball joints. The truck came from
the dealer new without a single grease fitting. This video shows how to fix
that, by installing your own grease fittings, if your ball joints are not
wore, this is a cheap fix for this problem.Hope this helps someone out and
Tie Rod and front suspension grease job - 2001 Ford Ranger 2.3L 2x4
I show the locations of the grease nipples or Zerk fittings on the front
suspension of a rear wheel drive truck. All you need is a grease gun,
grease, and a flexible hose attachment for the grease gun. Fill them up
until you see the balloon expand. I've read that you can fill them up until
a small amount of grease comes out the bottom... But you should only fill
until it is just about to come out. Lemme know if u got questions!