Audi Ball Joints Parts
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Audi Ball Joint Parts
Audi’s main facilities are situated and operated from, Bavaria, Germany. Prior to this, they began on creating some of the most recognized automobiles, focusing their energy on advanced technologies that helped shape the auto industry. Audi continues to push their progression through their vehicle and product line, and more specifically, with their ball joint parts. Lubricating your Audi’s ball joints is a vital service that should be done during your vehicle’s oil changes, but many ball joints today are non-serviceable, which means they are sealed parts that do not need lubrication. A lot of SUV makes still need lubrication on their front-end parts, though. Prior to lubricating your Audi’s ball joints, make sure they have serviceable grease fitting to for the lubricating. Check your Audi’s owner's manual for service processes for lubricating your ball joints. The first thing to do when lubricating your ball joints is to lift up the front end of your vehicle with a floor jack. Then use a grease gun, preloaded with the grease lubricant cartridge, shop rags, and the creeper to get beneath the front end of your Audi. Now, find the lower ball joint on either side that links the steering knuckle to the lower control arm. You may have to feel around for the grease fitting depending on the make and model of your Audi. FCP Euro has plenty of Audi gasket and seal parts and components, including all parts for the Audi’s vehicles.
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Next, put the tip of your grease gun onto the grease fitting. This should almost snap into position. Put pressure on to the tip of your grease gun and pull the trigger with your other hand. Pump some grease into the ball joint and at the same time watch the rubber boot of the ball joint. If the ball joints are greased frequently, only a few pumps should lubricate them. If not, it may take some more pumping. Fill the ball joint with enough grease to spread out the rubber boot. If you notice grease purging through the rubber boot, this means there is enough grease in your Audi’s ball joint. You are now ready to do this same process to the other end of your Audi. This is also be a great time to grease other areas of your vehicle, like the chassis components, including your tie rod ends, idler arms, pitman arms and drive shaft U-joints. You can examine your Audi’s owner’s manual for their suggested service schedules for lubricating youe vehicle’s chassis components. FCP Euro's specialized and on-point call center team is always reachable and waiting to help out with any support or questions you have. If you are in need of advice in order to find out which ball joint component is best for your Audi, FCP has a large collection for the Audi brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.