Your Lincoln Mark Viii ball joint keeps the steering knuckle solidly hooked up to the A-arm so that the wheels can spin steadily as you drive your automobile. Exposed to dirt and many other harsh elements, ball joints may fail and mess up suspension and steering, as you lose great control over your automobile, especially when driving over bumps. With a bad ball joint, you will have to cope with rough steering and terrible suspension.
Once you notice that clunk that may eventually change into a thump, you'd better see if there's a failing ball joint before the front-end wheels begin to shake. If your wheels feel like they wander and you spot unusual wear patterns around your tires like cupping, you should inspect this suspension part and change it immediately if necessary. Driving with a busted ball joint on your vehicle's suspension isn't a good plan-when you make a turn or drive over bumps on the rd., the wheels may wander and make it hard to operate your car. Buy a fresh ball joint that's custom-made for the specifications of your automobile and durably constructed to last for a long while.
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