F150 Squeaky Ball Joint Replacement

Thanks for watching! Please rate, comment & subscribe. This is video of a 2000 Ford F150 4x4 with very noisy ball joints. I show how to replace the front lower ball joints and the front upper control arms.

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Bearing Making Noise? Fix it Before This Happens!
Thanks for watching. Please comment, rate, subscribe, and check out my channel for automotive repair how-to videos. This is video of a Ford Explorer / Mercury Mountaineer that lost a wheel on the interstate. The vehicle had to be making some serious noise for a long time before the wheel finally let go. The caliper bracket was all that was holding the wheel on until it broke. The people in the Exploder should be glad the thing didn't flip or hit any other cars. Next time you're riding down the road look at the car beside you or coming towards you. This could happen to any poorly maintained vehicle at any time. Be careful out there.





Replacing a Rack & Pinion Type Inner Tie Rod DIY
Thanks for watching! Rate & comment on this video, then check out my channel & SUBSCRIBE for more DIY auto repair videos. This is a video showing how to replace an inner tie rod on a rack and pinion equipped vehicle. This on is a 1997 Ford Explorer 2 wheel drive. I made a brief reference to a zip tie on the video & didn't explain myself. I used a zip tie in place of the inner bellows boot clamp on the rack.





Rear Differential Pinion Seal Replacement
This is a video I made while replacing the rear differential pinion seal on a GMC truck. I did this one without removing the rear diff cover, but you can do it either way.





How to DIY 2009 BMW 335i Rear Brakes
Here's my latest how-to video. I replaced the worn out, stock rear brakes on my wife's '09 335i with a set of cross-drilled Brembo rotors (PN 1002429618BRE), Hawk Performance (PN HB624Z.642) pads & a new pad wear sensor. I also changed the brake fluid & reset the warning lights on the dash. Total parts cost was about $400. The dealer quoted $800 to do this with factory parts. Lighten up. The thumbnail image was from the "Dude, Your Car!" app. The car hasn't been on fire that I know of...




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