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555 Front Lower Arm Ball Joint for Honda Accord SV4
RM120.00
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What is a ball joint?



Ball joints link the steering knuckle (which supports the wheel hub, bearing, and wheel) to the lower and upper control arms. They allow the suspension to move freely up and down and aid in the steering of the vehicle.

What are the symptoms related to a bad ball joint?
A "clunk" or "knock" when turning, or when going over bumps, can indicate a problem with a ball joint. The sensation is often felt in the floorboard of a vehicle when driving. A repair technician may notice if a ball joint is leaking lubricant from a worn or torn boot during an inspection or a related repair. Excessive wear on the inside or outside edges of the front tires can sometimes indicate problems with the ball joints as well.

Can I drive with a ball joint problem?
A vehicle with a ball joint that is beginning to wear out can be driven, but as the wear increases, so do the chances of premature tire wear and poor vehicle handling. If you suspect that a ball joint is beginning to wear, have a technician evaluate the problem as soon as possible. A vehicle with a significantly worn ball joint should not be driven. The ball joint is a small part of the suspension and consists of a simple ball and socket. If the ball joint fails completely, it is possible for the control arm to detach from the steering knuckle and cause serious damage or injury.



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