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2007 Pontiac G5 Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-3EED0BF    New

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2007 - Pontiac G5
TRW
1968 Pontiac Acadian Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-4ED3DD4    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
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1968 - Pontiac Acadian
TRW
1968 Pontiac Acadian Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-4FA7D5B    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
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1968 - Pontiac Acadian
TRW
2007 Pontiac G5 Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-2D6A3D8    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • with Sport Suspension
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2007 - Pontiac G5
First Equipment Quality
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1985 - Pontiac Fiero
TRW
1996 Pontiac Grand Prix Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-3373E12    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Front
Brand: TRW
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1996 - Pontiac Grand Prix
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
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1996 - Pontiac Grand Prix
TRW
1993 Pontiac Firebird Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-04799A4    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Front - Upper
Brand: TRW
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1993 - Pontiac Firebird
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
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1993 - Pontiac Firebird
TRW
1970 Pontiac Firebird Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-15582A3    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Lower
Brand: TRW
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1970 - Pontiac Firebird
CTR
1970 Pontiac Firebird Suspension Ball Joint CTR

P311-2B029C7    New

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CTR Suspension Ball Joint
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1970 - Pontiac Firebird
CTR
1985 Pontiac Grand Am Suspension Ball Joint CTR

P311-5DA4C71    New

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CTR Suspension Ball Joint
  • Lower
Brand: CTR
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1985 - Pontiac Grand Am
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
  • Production: 01/2002-
  • Front Lower
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2003 - Pontiac Vibe
TRW
2003 Pontiac Vibe Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-1E5286C    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Production: 01/2002-
  • Front Lower
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2003 - Pontiac Vibe
First Equipment Quality
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2004 - Pontiac Vibe
TRW
2004 Pontiac Vibe Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-1E5286C    New

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TRW Suspension Ball Joint
  • Front Lower
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2004 - Pontiac Vibe
ACDelco
1985 Pontiac Bonneville Suspension Ball Joint ACDelco

P311-1B1E5B7    New

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ACDelco Suspension Ball Joint
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1985 - Pontiac Bonneville
TRW
1985 Pontiac Bonneville Suspension Ball Joint TRW

P311-2599E0E    New

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1985 - Pontiac Bonneville
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Suspension Ball Joint
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1985 - Pontiac Bonneville
First Equipment Quality
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2001 - Pontiac Aztek

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Pontiac transport ball joint replacement

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Question From Guest on Pontiac transport ball joint replacement

Are there any special tools required to replace the ball joints on a 96 pontiac transport van? If so what are they? Can anyone help?

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

No I wouldn’t say anything special, a chisel and hammer, maybe a drill or C clamp press and then an assortment of hand tools. I’m also assuming that you all ready have a set of safety stands because you would be nuts to crawl under a vehicle without them.
The hammer and chisel is because, if it’s still the original ball joint it’s riveted to the control arm and you’ll have to chisel the heads of the rivets off. Then you’ll have to drill, hammer or press out the remaining shank of the rivet, without damaging the control arm. After that it’s a breeze to bolt in the new joint.
A word of caution; I’ve seen skilled Tech’s dummy a control arm to the point of having to replace it during the course of removing the rivets.
Wouldn’t it be easier and probably more cost effective to take the van in and pay someone to do this.
The flat rate guide pays less then an hour, .9 to be exact to replace it. 50 or 60 bucks will sound cheap after buying everything you need, the time you’re going to spend doing this; let alone the frustration of screwing up the control arm.
Just my opinion.
Dan.

1973 on a Ventura front end sloppy

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Question From bigmatt on 1973 on a Ventura front end sloppy

1973
Pontiac
Ventura
1972 Chevy 350/5.7 l

Okay there was a clunking noise in the front suspension. I replaced all of the front end bushings, the shocks, and the upper and lower ball joints.
Now when you're driving the vehicle, and you push the throttle the front and feels sloppy, and a little loose. I have checked all the nuts and bolts, lug nuts and everything is tight.

Help!! How do i fix this problem?

Thank you Bigmatt

the clunking noise is gone after replacing all of the front end bushings, the shocks, and the upper and lower ball joints.
The problem I'm having is that of front end raises when you hit the throttle which makes steering a little squirrelly, it feels like there is a lot of play in the steering.

Response From Sidom

Is the frt end raising or is it the back end squatting? If you have air shocks back there, pump em up a tad & see if that makes a difference.......

Response From bigmatt

i think it might be a little of both, and i don't have air shocks

Response From chickenhouse

Have you done anything with the sway bar or bushings? Sounds like it's traction related. How about the rear axle control arms? They have bushings that wear.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

All of the above. Rear can make steering funky feeling and especially with that engine in that body which as I recall used sub frames not attached front to rear and were mounted at chassis cars would be with body bushings/donuts that held body in reference to frame mounted parts which are the engine, front end parts not connected to rear sub-frame and its parts.

Folks used to have "L" frames added to maintain integrity of front to rear, especially if subject to rough use, racing or even if rust was/is becoming an issue,

T

Response From chickenhouse

A 350 in a nova body, hummm, maybe the front end is coming off the ground when you nail it? Kidding. Check the engine mounts.

Response From bigmatt

i relpaced them last month

Response From chickenhouse

Have you had an alignment done after replacing all these front end parts?

Response From bigmatt Top Rated Answer

yes i just had that done and i still have the same porb

97 Sunfire Steering and Shimmy Problem

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Question From Agie on 97 Sunfire Steering and Shimmy Problem

I have a 1997 Pontiac Sunfire SE 2.2 L/ 4 Cyl. engine with 136K miles. The wheel feels loose and hard to steer, almost to the point that its uncontrollable. For example, when making a turn I expect to turn the wheel to a certain point, but now I'm finding that I have to turn further than usual. When driving straight I'll have to turn the wheel more than usual to get a response.

Also the car shimmies slightly when driving straight, more on turns. The shimmy feels like its coming from the back. All of these symptoms are getting progressively worse.

Thank you for your help.

Response From Sidom

Sounds like you got a couple of things going on. The loose steering sound like bad rack & pinion bushings. The shimming, depending on what speeds it's happing at could be out of balance tires. If it's feeling uncontrollable, you should definately get it checked out.....

Response From Agie Top Rated Answer

Thank you for your reply. I took it to a mechanic and found out that it was the ball joints.

2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

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Question From Kone on 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

2002
Pontiac
Grand Prix GTP Supercharged
3800 V-6

My car was jumping and it seemed like the passenger side front wheel was wobbling. So i replaced the cv joint but when i put the new one in, I notice it still had alot of play once inside the transmission.. Could it be the gears??? All assistance is needed Or is this be or is there anyway i could possibly get a diagram??

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

What kind of play? You verify you have the correct axle? Always compare your old axle input shaft to the transmission to your new one. I had one Friday that looked the same but the axle input shaft had a smaller diameter.

Did you check hub bearing for looseness? Axle shafts usually don't cause the wheel to wobble. That is usually a worn out tie rod, control arm bushing, ball joint, or wheel bearing that causes that.

Very important to be sure that your axle nut is tightened to specification (159 ft lbs) because that preloads the hub bearing.