Steering Knuckle Ball Joint

The steering knuckle is connected by an automotive ball joint that allows turning wheels when you turn the steering wheel. If the steering knuckle wears out, you may see:

  • Uneven wearing among all the tires
  • Squealing noise when making turns
  • Shaking of the steering wheel
  • Feeling that the vehicle is heavier on one side and is pulling instead of going straight
  • More or less self-turning of steering wheels even when driving straight

The above signs can be visible if you pay even a little attention, and it can also save you from huge damages and costs. The average lifespan of a steering knuckle ball joint is about 90,000 kilometers. But it may wear out sooner depending on the roads’ conditions, road splashes, driving skills, etc.

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