Jimmy Dillinger: Eric the car guy. your voice is soothing. you should work on the radio.
Deivi Cerritos: love your videos man ! great job !!!
Ejmin Khashaki: My Audi A3 makes noise while turning the steering wheel to both sides when the car is stopped, and also makes the same nose when I push the brake pedal when the car is moving very slowly. could it be the lower ball joint?thanks
uncle freddie: thanks again...did it today..was able to do everything without disconnecting the wishbone...even still took me twice as long as you! couldn't have done it without you!!!
uncle freddie: by far your best video! thanks!
MrNorthernmike: Your videos have been a great help Eric. You take the time to explain things, and the reasoning behind it. Keep up the great work, Mike in Canada
Johnehm2: If anyone feels that where you attach the wishbone needs to be in a neutral (on the ground) position here's what you do: Just use you jack under the lower control arm to bring it up to neutral. That bolt is much easier to tighten this way rather than when it's on the ground, that is, for guys like me who don't have a lift. Great video!
Joshua Isham: what happened
James Dahmer: Thanks Eric!
Zarina Romanets: Liked for the narrative. Good walk through video!
Daniel 972: merci Eric, c'est merveilleux as we say over here its a dogs bollocks.
chanda cy: I changed all the front wheels' bearing but still have noise when i start speeding and it sound like the bearing of the slinding door of the van.
Wyr Twister: So , the ball joint broke and that caused the unner CV joint to come apart ?
Thanks , Wyr God bless
Jimmy Cook: what is behind the seal once u take it out in the trans in a 1989 Fleetwood Cadillac front wheel drive change it but still leak s
mtsurov: hey, where can I get those sweet snapring pliers?
ivan martinez: Thanks for you video amigo
miguel pedraza: can the same be done to a mazda 626 1999. im repairing this right now. i was just afraid of damaging the joint
Pero Dorooan: Keep up the good work.
ordonezno: you kinda know this customer is not going to spend money.
Joel Cordileone: I replaced my ball joints on my 2002 odyssey. I also replaced the tie rod ends and a couple other bad parts. I'm still having vibration issues at highway speeds and side to side movement on both front wheels. I can I verify if the wheel bearings are the culprit?
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