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    How to: Check for bad ball joints (Video) - Clunk Noise

    This is my VR4 getting checked out for a clunk noise near the passenger front wheel. I later told these guys that you could in deed press in ball joints from a Sonata and not have to replace the control arms.

    Hope this helps someone in the future. Props to the mechanics for taking time to do the video for me.

    Moog K9855 is what I'll be using.

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    I had this done on my PS lower control arms years ago, it was pricey. Isn't there an option to replacing the entire control arm?

    Whoops just saw the answer here>>>

    Its funny in the video he even says to replace entire control arm.
    Last edited by Roybatty; 12-14-2010 at 06:32 PM.

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