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Old 18 Jul 2008, 01:20 pm
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Default 1993 Honda Accord ball joints

The problem i am having is that i took off the steering knuckle so that i could replace both ball joints and wheel bearing. So far everything is good except when i tried putting the knuckle back in. The transaxle goes on fine and is pushed all the way but the ball joints will not both go in, if the top is in then the bottom isn't and if the bottom is in then the top won't go in. Does it matter which one goes in first and would jacking up the lower control arm help any? Thanks for all and any help.
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