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1998 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint CTR

P311-4A3D91C    W0133-1856331  New

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  • Front suspension.
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1998 - Honda Accord
CTR
1997 Honda CR-V Suspension Ball Joint CTR

P311-4A3D91C    W0133-1856331  New

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1997 - Honda CR-V
CTR
1999 Honda Odyssey Suspension Ball Joint CTR

P311-54C1464    W0133-1713837  New

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CTR Suspension Ball Joint
  • Front - Lower
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1999 - Honda Odyssey
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2000 Honda Odyssey Suspension Ball Joint CTR

P311-54C1464    W0133-1713837  New

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2000 - Honda Odyssey
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2003 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint CTR

P311-36C08B6    W0133-1804852  New

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$36.77
CTR Suspension Ball Joint
  • Front suspension. The Honda dealer offers this component only at a much higher cost as part of the complete upper control arm assembly.
  • The Honda dealer offers this component only as part of the complete upper control arm assembly.
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2003 - Honda Accord
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2004 Honda Civic Suspension Ball Joint CTR

P311-317C8D3    W0133-1842442  New

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CTR Suspension Ball Joint
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2004 - Honda Civic
CTR
2004 Honda Civic Suspension Ball Joint CTR

P311-317C8D3    W0133-1842442  New

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2004 - Honda Civic
CTR
1990 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint CTR

P311-2CCE91D    W0133-2035532  New

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1990 - Honda Accord
TRW
1998 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-27D7B65    W0133-1968255  New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Non-Adjustable
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1998 - Honda Accord
TRW
2002 Honda CR-V Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-566319E    W0133-1962547  New

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2002 - Honda CR-V
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1994 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-216A0ED    W0133-1969462  New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Standard
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1994 - Honda Accord
TRW
1997 Honda Prelude Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-1D940E9    W0133-1969433  New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Adjustable for camber.
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1997 - Honda Prelude
TRW
1994 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-1D940E9    W0133-1969433  New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Adjustable
  • Adjustable for camber.
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1994 - Honda Accord
Sankei 555
2003 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint Sankei 555

P311-27340B1    W0133-1979030  New

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Sankei 555 Suspension Ball Joint
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
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2003 - Honda Accord
TRW
2003 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-168B2B6    W0133-1979030  New

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2003 - Honda Accord
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2003 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint Genuine

P311-26E0B2F    W0133-1979030  New

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Genuine Suspension Ball Joint
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Sankei 555
2007 Honda Fit Suspension Ball Joint Sankei 555

P311-442DA56    W0133-1940935  New

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Sankei 555 Suspension Ball Joint
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2007 - Honda Fit
Karlyn
1986 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint Karlyn

P311-2DD9D61    W0133-1615175  New

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Karlyn Suspension Ball Joint
  • Front - Lower
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1986 - Honda Accord
TRW
1986 Honda Accord Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-0D2728F    W0133-1615175  New

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$23.37
TRW Suspension Ball Joint
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1986 - Honda Accord
TRW
1992 Honda Prelude Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-5E4B5B9    W0133-1614601  New

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$71.35
TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Front - Lower
Brand: TRW
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1992 - Honda Prelude

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1990 Honda Accord Ball Joint Replacement

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Question From Guest on 1990 Honda Accord Ball Joint Replacement

My son is looking buying buy a 1990 Honda Accord EX with 210,000 miles. The right ball joint needs to be replaced. The car shakes when driving at 50 MPH. The car is inspected. I am wondering how much the bill will be for the ball joint to be replaced. Should I ask the present owner to fix it first.

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer


Bolt joint in Honda is one of the item item you will be replacing again.

I won't buy it, unless the shaking at highway speed problem is restolved.

Check the tire wear, exhaust under the hood/body for leaks. You never know whether any control arms is bent! Only alignment would tell the true story. Without it, you will be spending a lot more money on tires than on alignment.

Response From Guest

Since it is a used car and since you have already detected the problem it will be advisable to ask the present owner to fix it.

How long do I have to replace my ball joints?

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Question From hondacivic98ex on How long do I have to replace my ball joints?

I just got new tires. The mechanic told me that I need new ball joints, bearings and seals. The total cost is 1,051.58. How much time do I have to get this fixed? What would happened if I don't fix it in time? I don't hear any sound or feel anything wrong with the car.
1998
Honda
civic ex
98,000 miles


Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Well, if the ball joint come apart you will lose your steering and you can guess what can happen then. At the very least you can wear out the new tires. I would get a second opinion on just how bad they are. They wouldn't be the first shop to greatly exaggerate failures.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Just curious - How is it that it needs all of that all at once? Could be so but I find that unusual,

T

ball joint failure

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Question From blueriver on ball joint failure

Whoa. Tonight apparently my lower left ball joint failed while I was exiting the highway at maybe 50 mph. Got it to the side safely with sparks flying. Now the car is at the body shop parking lot with the wheel pointing 90 degrees from where it should be. There is minor body damage, and who-knows how much structural damage.

The car is a 2003 Accord with about 137000 miles on it.

I had work done recently at two shops. It all started with grinding noise and fairly minor fishtailing when I went over a bump or pothole.

A muffler/brake/etc shop replaced the right upper ball joint in August and stated that rear struts needed replacing (haven't done yet)
The dealer replaced the right lower ball joint in October and told me about the bushings.
The same muffler shop replaced bushings on both sides a week later in October.

After this the fishtailing went away, but the grinding remained occasionally for a while. I haven't heard the grinding for at least a month. I was about to bring it in to do the struts and have the ball joints checked.

Both had the opportunity to look at the left side and I believe they did, but did not mention any issue with the left ball joints.

Does anyone have an opinion as to whether this is solely my, the shops or a shared responsibility? I am hoping to have the right perspective when I talk to the body shop folks and potentially the insurance company. The body shop is the dealer's, but I trust the body shop manager.

Thanks

Response From Mycar Isjunk Top Rated Answer

Why would a wear-item wearing out be the responsibility of ANY shop? I'm sure the Honda manual says to change these items at a regular interval, and it's probably never been done.

Sure they could have missed an opportunity to quote you a replacement, but in the end it's up to YOU to maintain your vehicle. They're not the ones driving it around, racking up the miles and hitting potholes and such.

Response From Hammer Time

I don't agree with that at all. If a shop was paid to do a suspension inspection and subsequent repair recently. then the vehicle should be safe for a reasonable period of time. Missing something like that or even worse, somehow causing it is serious negligence.

Response From Mycar Isjunk

Hard to believe that the shop changed the right ball joint without asking if the owner if he/she wanted the left replaced at the same time.

Sure, maybe they missed a worn joint, or maybe the driver hit a bad pothole after the inspection and fractured it. I just don't think having a car inspected automatically grants the owner a fresh warranty, much less one that covers the whole car.

Response From Hammer Time

I believe a court would differ with you. If that customer brings his car into a shop and requests a suspension inspection and subsequent suspension repair and then shortly after he gets killed in a collision caused by a suspension failure that was overlooked, that shop will be in bankruptcy when the family gets done with them.

Response From Hammer Time

I'm not sure about this scenario. Something is not smelling right. Ball joints are very slow wearing items and they simply don't go from good to falling out of the car in that period of time. I would be highly suspect that either something was severely overlooked or something was not assembled securely. An examination should easily tell you if the joint itself failed or something came unbolted.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I was thinking that too HT that ball joints don't just go bad so fast unless somehow broken or something strange if they were really checked so relatively recently?

Tom

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I'd ask the shop to show you what was damaged mechanically and an estimate for body damage. Be glad you weren't hurt or hope not,

T

Response From re-tired

Shops make their money buy selling needed parts and labor to install them. What would they have to gain by turning their backs on a good paying job. My thoughts are that the ball joint was ok when last looked at , but there is a small chance that they just missed it. BUT, you drove it knowing something was not right (making noise). Soooooooooo I would say its shared .

Qustion

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Question From invurt on Qustion

i have a squeak sound coming from right driver side. i lube up and changed sway bar endling and bushing. it made the sound lower. but then i looked at my tie rod end link and saw that the boot doesn't look right. i grad the tie rod bar and i could shake it left to right. can it be the tie rod? idk if the squeak.. Also i change my tie rod less then 1 year ago.

Car= 1997 Honda accord lx v6

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If a tie rod is loose whether older or newer it has to go no matter how old it is,

T

Response From invurt

so if i can move the tie rod end bar with my hand its bad? just wanna make sure

Response From Hammer Time

You need to know how to check a tie rod end. It's a ball in a socket so it will freely rotate.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Rotate is fine but with a rubber boot also seen bad and it can "shake around" it probably got soaked with water and dirt and wore out. That could make one squeak and probably not safe but do check it properly meaning NO in and out motion on joint itself with that wheel hoisted,

T

Response From invurt



Thats the sound u hear. I was going to change my sway way bushings but got the wrong part. So I just lubed it up n now the sound isn't that loud but can still hear it.

For the tie rod I can move them both left n right side but the right doesn't make that sound when going over bumps

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Link didn't work and really wouldn't help much. I'm not understanding how or what you are doing to check any front end parts? If just what I'm thinking your sway bar bushings, meaning pins and rubber if not broken are not making the noise. A support bushing might.

Other of many items might so you check the whole front end or get help checking it,

T

Response From invurt

how do you think that will cost?
because i have heard of people trying to fix a squeak sound and they end up buying all different parts that don’t need to be replace.

Response From Hammer Time

I deleted your other question. You don't need to post duplicates.

Response From invurt

squeaking sound was coming from lower control arm. Now Im not sure if its a bad bushing or the whole part is bad,. is there a way to test it? Because i dont feel any differences on my steering.

Also if i buy the part and take to shop for them to install do i need to buy a new ball joint?

Response From MarineGrunt

Just look the control arm over for any cracks or damage. More than likely it is fine. To check the ball joints just jack up the car so that tire is off the ground. Grab the tire on the top and on the bottom and try and wiggle it back and forth feeling for extensive play. If there seems to be too much play then replace the ball joints.

If for some reason you need a new control arm a new one should come with a new ball joint already installed.

Response From invurt

This is what I'm talking about with the tie rod
Also my upper ball joint look lose is that bad?


Response From Hammer Time

I don't know how you expect us to tell anything with the camera shaking all over the place. As I said in the beginning, they are supposed to rotate and need to be checked properly.

Response From invurt Top Rated Answer

okay but look at 1:20
upper ball joint is that bad?

Response From nickwarner

From the almost nothing that can be seen on that video, you aren't checking anything at all. You rotated the tie rod. Its supposed to do that. Its a ball and socket joint the same as a hip or a shoulder on your own body. You never once put any force horizontally or laterally against the tire and never had anyone else filming when doing so. When you move so does the camera and whatever you were trying to show us cannot be seen.

Response From Discretesignals

The video looked more like a colonoscopy than anything else...

Response From nickwarner

I feel like I got one just spending the time to watch it, and I didn't get a reach around. This is the same feeling I get when I pay child support and traffic tickets.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Loose front or rear end parts worn out for any reason must go at once. There are higher quality parts that do last but folks go for price then get screwed on the bargain. There should be no freeplay like you described in parts like that,

T

2001 pt cruiser

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Question From daffydil4me on 2001 pt cruiser

my car makes a horrible knocking sound when I turn left.Its been to the dealer twice, and merchants 3 times and no one knows what this noise is. Please help

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

That sounds exactly like what my Honda Accord used to do - kinda like a rapid "clack" and the faster I made the turn, the faster the "clack".

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Response From Tom Greenleaf

Clickety noise when turning, especially if accellerating is common to bad CV joints. How is it that a dealer or any repair shop didn't check out anything that could be the noise - was it somehow not doing it for them?

T