How long does it take to replace ball joints on Jeep Wrangler?

Registered. Two hours per side is what it takes me to replace ball joints.

How much does it cost to replace ball joints on a Jeep?

The Best in Auto Repair The average cost for a Jeep Grand Cherokee suspension ball joint replacement is between $195 and $245. Labor costs are estimated between $88 and $111 while parts are priced between $107 and $134.

How many ball joints are on a Jeep TJ?

Usually, most auto vehicle and Jeep models consist of four-ball joints in front of their suspension, which mainly ensures the connection between the wheels and the suspension system. Although ball joints are not prone to fail or wear out very easily, you should replace them whenever they turn bad.

How long do Jeep TJ ball joints last?

Stock JK OEM ball joint life expectancy varies widely. Some have gone out in 20,000 miles; some have lasted over 100,000 miles. Mine lasted 76,000 miles.

What is a Jeep Death Wobble?

Death wobble happens in Jeeps, 4x4s, and trucks when rapidly rotating steering wheel components cause your steering wheel to move rapidly from side to side. This causes your vehicle to feel like it’s about to fall apart and you want to hold onto the steering wheel for dear life.

How do you check a ball joint on a Jeep Wrangler?

To check a set of ball joints at one front tire, it’s best to jack the tire off the ground. With a pry bar under the tire, check to see if there is any vertical (axial) movement at the lower joint while you apply pry force under the tire.

What do ball joints do on a Jeep?

Ball joints act as a pivot, allowing the vehicle’s wheels and the suspension system to move in tandem. They connect the steering knuckles to the control arms and allow for smooth, dependable control of the suspension system when the steering wheel is turned.

Why does my Jeep Wrangler shakes at 60 mph?

The most common cause for Jeep Wranglers to vibrate are improperly balanced tires. Other causes can be any of the following: Bad U-Joit. Bad Driveshaft.