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How to Rebuild the Entire Front Suspension in your Car or Truck

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Learn how to replace the ENTIRE front suspension of your car in this two episode series. First I will show you how to remove the wheel bearing, ball joints, control arms, tie rod, strut, and axle.
The ball joint and wheel bearing has to be pressed out of the knuckle and I have a bunch of tips and tricks to make that easy. The upper control arm ball joint and tie rod can get stuck in the knuckle so I show some tricks on how to easily remove that. The rest of the suspension parts are pretty simple to remove and replace.
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ChrisFix
ChrisFix 13 days ago
Did you guys get notified by USvid that the video was posted? Also when you watched the video, was there a screen that said "this video was flagged by the USvid community and may be offensive" or something like that? Just wanted to check because I had issues last night which is why I had to postpone publishing the video. I hope it's all fixed and you guys learn a lot from the video! Stay tuned for the next video and then for a video that, well, covers a life changing event ;) Also for those asking why I am wondering, here is what happened last night when I went to publish: instagram.com/p/BwI-VOhFkt2/
John B
John B 15 hours ago
ChrisFix what kind of pry bar is the curved one?
Logan Farmer
Logan Farmer 17 hours ago
ChrisFix im a fan I been your videos for 10 yers and my dad is beying a car for me and im 11 yeres old omost 12 yeres old. Reply plez
Lurking Shadow
Lurking Shadow 4 days ago
Where did you find the steering and suspension kit I would to do the same for my car
Its Dudster
Its Dudster 4 days ago
Its fixed
UdaMesican
UdaMesican 4 days ago
No I was not notified, glad to see it though this is going to be an upcoming project!
TechGeekWarren
TechGeekWarren 2 hours ago
I see you painted the caliper red there. Nice touch.
ChrisFix
ChrisFix 2 hours ago
Thanks
varsha surya
varsha surya 8 hours ago
Great video always👍
The AgentZero
The AgentZero 10 hours ago
Did you paint the axle or did you get a new one?
ChrisFix
ChrisFix Hour ago
It’s new
David Macnamara
David Macnamara 10 hours ago
hey chris fix i have a toyota starlet EP91 im doing a project on, where do you find new parts for old cars before 2000
David Macnamara
+ChrisFix New Zealand is very limited with stores what are some good online sorces? P.s. thank you so much for the easy to follow tutorials i have done work to my car i never thought i could do and saved heaps doing it, you're great keep up the good work i cant wait for the easy to follow turbo tutorial a fan from nz chur
ChrisFix
ChrisFix Hour ago
Parts store or online
NO NAME
NO NAME 16 hours ago
7:03 is funny get it??
policewannabe
policewannabe 16 hours ago
The 790 dislikes had no suspension, it rusted out.
Bartłomiej Z
Bartłomiej Z 19 hours ago
Dude I love your videos, greatly appreciated ^^
QuickFix Autos
QuickFix Autos 22 hours ago
Hi Chris amazing video! I love watching your useful videos you have encouraged me to make my own videos
os Pe
os Pe 23 hours ago
I dont even have a car cuz im 15 I wont change any suspensions ever probably but i still watch every video
ts46176
ts46176 Day ago
Are you allowed to work on cars at your house, or will you get in trouble?
Ricardo Martinho
Top obrigado
ANTOMCDAID Vlog05
Yes plz make more del sol vids
Sup Dude
Sup Dude Day ago
7:04 Very wrong
Sup Dude
Sup Dude Day ago
Im to young to have a car
Sup Dude
Sup Dude Day ago
Im oyou to havea car
cresendiz94
cresendiz94 Day ago
What is your opinion on Medtech? Everything i read are back and forward. But most say they are lower grade parts.
Meinalyn Lopez
But Chris fix i don't know how to install a role cage and a turbo/supercharger but I already install a vinyl at my drag racing car Porsche carra ft
Meinalyn Lopez
Chris fix why do you post videos so long??
Emperor Steel
I'll be those typical people who praise something that's good, but I am not gonna lie, this is a very informative video. I want to get into auto repair. So thank you Chris for sharing your knowledge of vehicles with us. I don't need a suspension replacement now, but I want to learn something for the future.
Sean Hernandez
I don’t even have a car,I think this is so cool
Redline870
Redline870 Day ago
The proper way to separate an upper control arm or ball joint is to hit the raised area of the knuckle right next to it. A few wacks with a hammer and it pops right out. Then you wont hammer the nut into the threads as well.
Redline870
Redline870 Day ago
MevoTech?!?! That stuff is the cheapest of the cheap! We used to use that crap at the shop I worked at and were warrantying parts all the damn time. Autozone's Duralast parts would be better than that junk! Other than that I loved the video though!
Dallin Reed
Dallin Reed Day ago
How do you find what part to buy and we’re to buy them
Devoid
Devoid Day ago
Everybody: make a video ChrisFix: Hey guys!
Mod Cars Daily
What did he use to coat the wheel wells and steering knuckle? Looks like he used a brush with some what looks to be durable paint?
ben stoltenberg
Great vid! Glad i Subbed to this channel
#Madesh Madesh
#Madesh Madesh 2 days ago
who watches this cause its satisfying but doesn't do anything.
Daniel Rowell
Daniel Rowell 2 days ago
Hey Chris, I enjoyed your video, and you have a new subscriber. What paint did you use? As well as the silver paint? Looks great, and I want to use it on my trucks suspension.
Josh I.
Josh I. 2 days ago
Can you do a video on leaf springs?
Tom Tissier
Tom Tissier 3 days ago
Super boulot même si la barrière de la langue est un peu compliqué 👍
Alf
Alf 3 days ago
nice vid dude
Emilio Arredondo
Emilio Arredondo 3 days ago
So anyone know how to get the rest of that bearing off the hub at 16:10? Or just leave it on there and pretend it was never there?
Samuel Golden
Samuel Golden 3 days ago
This was incredibly satisfiying
Robloxian Bigtn12345
How to replace trunk???? Mine is partly ripped off
coleswaggins
coleswaggins 2 days ago
Robloxian Bigtn12345 man, come on.
Jürgen Siefert
Jürgen Siefert 3 days ago
great tutorial, was very helpful for me and my honda 👍👍👍
Devesh Tewary
Devesh Tewary 3 days ago
8:48 the way the rust flies off is smooth...
Curious Betsy vlogs
Kind of ironic that I’m currently doing this on my skylark with 47 year old original suspension. If you think that’s bad I think half a century old original suspension is just a bit worse lol it was a challenge just to drive it normally
Doddy Cahyo Putra
Neat and great work lads! Keep it up 👏
Mayur jani
Mayur jani 4 days ago
Great Vid informative as always. Just got to say they way iv always been taught when hammering or pushing out bearing \ bushes is to clamps or secure as close as possible to what your trying to remove. allowing the force to go where you want it with risking bending anything. just thought i would put that out there. Keep up the good work, you always keep your content interesting . :)
Hazshep24
Hazshep24 4 days ago
out with the old ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) AND IN WITH THE NEW (ノಠ ͜ʖ ಠ) ノ
HK K
HK K 4 days ago
Very detailed and informative video. Great job!
Nero_Bacura77
Nero_Bacura77 4 days ago
Also you should find a fiero to play with.
Nero_Bacura77
Nero_Bacura77 4 days ago
Drift car or pro mod goo lol
Jonathan Gray
Jonathan Gray 4 days ago
I wonder if the haters can do 1/3 of what you can do Chris. A half means they will not. 3/4 means their lazy. Now all the haters can go to hell.
LIN HAO
LIN HAO 4 days ago
Love your sawing screws to flat heads method.
FPSKoda4
FPSKoda4 4 days ago
Does anyone wish that chrisfixes videos never end?
Fuson Yu
Fuson Yu 4 days ago
Dammmm I love your video to help me to learn those techniques. Thanks
Fred Garvin
Fred Garvin 4 days ago
You have 4.8M subs, don't you think you can rent some garage space and work out of the weather?
Rodrigo C C
Rodrigo C C 4 days ago
I remember this car when it came out... loving this honda series, and your videos are awsome. Made me want to buy a used truck pick-up and make usable in daily... 🤙🏻👏🏻🙌🏻
Christopher Gamer
Chrisfix keep up the amazing good work and i can't wait to see the turbo kit install in the car.
ChrisFix
ChrisFix 4 days ago
Thanks a lot
Keith Sanders
Keith Sanders 4 days ago
Great video! I am pumped and ready to “fix it like Chris”!
ChrisFix
ChrisFix 4 days ago
Awesomeeee
OG Bandino
OG Bandino 4 days ago
Chris, would this tutorial still be relatively the same if my car is all wheel steering and all wheel drive? Or would there be too many differences
ChrisFix
ChrisFix 4 days ago
Basically the same. Actually since it’s all wheel drive and all wheel steering, the rear will be just like the front too!
Xanxツ
Xanxツ 4 days ago
remember to lubricate and penatrate properly
carter judkins
carter judkins 4 days ago
I really want to know if that’s actual black paint or something else cause it looks thicker than actual paint
Its Dudster
Its Dudster 4 days ago
Wheres the puberty at?
decoder55killer
decoder55killer 4 days ago
I nutted :v
H gamer lt
H gamer lt 4 days ago
9:08
KDM TRAP
KDM TRAP 4 days ago
Who would of thought somebody with marine Biology degree would make car videos
Марк Герасимов
Just say that you like to cut rusty screws. Becuase if you are using pozidriv bit to unscrew phillips head you are effin idiot.
artdeco101010
artdeco101010 4 days ago
Thanks for posting this, very helpful to see how these should be done.
GROUCHY OLD MAN
GROUCHY OLD MAN 4 days ago
Prefer flat black in wheel well
Shepherd Wolf
Shepherd Wolf 4 days ago
Oh wow! I forgot about the ChrisFix decal on the valve cover! I need to go back to that video!
GROUCHY OLD MAN
GROUCHY OLD MAN 4 days ago
Q: Doesnt spraying off the wheel well introduce water into the trans via the missing axle inlet?
GROUCHY OLD MAN
GROUCHY OLD MAN 4 days ago
Stack your spare on top of the tire for better safety backup
Steve Huddleston
Steve Huddleston 4 days ago
@ChrisFix Which specific products did you use for the "silver rust paint" and the "thick black paint".
po123gsxr
po123gsxr 2 days ago
i was wondering the same thing. the link in the description gives several examples but didn’t seem like it was what he used
pipefighter
pipefighter 4 days ago
Nice video mr. !
Robert Brumley
Robert Brumley 4 days ago
Instead of going through all that crap, why not just buy a new car? Those old cars aren't worth anything no matter how much money you put into it, you will never get what you put into it.
ChrisFix
ChrisFix 4 days ago
I have less than $1k into the car including the price and it’s worth $1500. Plus they don’t make cars like this anymore and it’s a good vehicle to mess around with.
Luis Piedra
Luis Piedra 4 days ago
Can you give an estimate at how much it costs to replace the entire suspension with quality parts?
Luis Piedra
Luis Piedra 3 days ago
+ChrisFix well mine is a 2000 prelude which Is almost similar but just not sure which brand would be a good quality for that car that's not overpriced
ChrisFix
ChrisFix 4 days ago
You need to look it up for your specific car. It varies drastically
Supremium
Supremium 4 days ago
7:15 me beating my meat
alberto escamilla
i did not see any notification. great video, i was very excited and you make it seem soo easy
shoe112
shoe112 5 days ago
I have a very rusted 2001 nissan maxima, the hood dosnt latch because where the latch part would usually be attached to the frame, there iz now a hole of rust, is it worth saving or should i just start saving up for a newer car
Missy Darjan Spasojevic
Beautiful video great camera angles! you've came a long way since the older vids you definitely make a great instructive vid. I feel like my autistic son could watch this n do it 👌👏✌
Oscar Cabrera
Oscar Cabrera 5 days ago
Awesome video! You always have great content to tackle the job. 🔥
Dexter Tang
Dexter Tang 5 days ago
Another reason why those "philips" head screw striped may be due to the fact that they are JIS standard screw head. Similar in design to the common philips head but it inherently is less likely to round off like normal philips does if you use the right JIS screws. Little myth is that all "philips" head screw you see in cars are actually JIS screws. This will save you a lot of headache especially when such screws are used to hold the brake rotors in place.
Jesus Lopez
Jesus Lopez 5 days ago
The tire wear isn’t camber wear it’s toe wear. Camber would damage all the tire not just the one side unless your running +18 for that damage. Good video by the way!
bravo3
bravo3 5 days ago
Great stuff, and neat tricks......Thanks.
Lao Han Tun
Lao Han Tun 5 days ago
You guys open the bearing seal, the nylon seal, will find that, grease is so little, I would rub in real bearing grease, then close with nylon seal. I saw many cases like that.
Jorenz Tweet
Jorenz Tweet 5 days ago
Hi Chris. What do you think is the problem in my front suspension when I hear a sort of dribbling sound when passing by uneven road? Sound is not that audible on potholes.
MOON SHATER
MOON SHATER 5 days ago
7:15-7:17
Midnights & Mornings
Hey Chris, what school did you go to get your certification?
Joseph Fiumara
Joseph Fiumara 5 days ago
Love your videos Chrisfix! Watching your videos I'v learned a lot and saved hundreds of dollars, My neighbors and friends think i'm a mechanic ! hahaa ! Your a great teacher !
ghost GAMING
ghost GAMING 5 days ago
VanossGaming is that you 11:03
BDF martin
BDF martin 5 days ago
Criss that is a d16 right?
bibi
bibi 5 days ago
Pouvez vous mettre les sous-titres en français svp
Keyboard Dancers
Keyboard Dancers 5 days ago
Old tech is environmentally friendly, creates jobs and prevents drug use.
Nixy Guyaban
Nixy Guyaban 5 days ago
7:06 ChrisFix: You're probably gonna do this a bunch of times. 🤣
Greystoke1986
Greystoke1986 5 days ago
Chris, I have enjoyed watching everything that you are doing to the Del Sol!!! What do you have planned for the exterior? Is it a secret or can you reveal a few hints now? Great job Chris!!!
Jesse Renn
Jesse Renn 5 days ago
Whoa wait when did he repaint the engine bay? Or was it always that white?
Sly John
Sly John 5 days ago
what part of the car are you resting on the jack stands in the beginning?
Abdulazeez Jawad
Abdulazeez Jawad 5 days ago
7:05 - when your parents go out for groceries and you're home alone
BooMan TheGhost
BooMan TheGhost 5 days ago
7:03 OH YEAH DADDY WORK THE SHAFT!!!
KEE LOE
KEE LOE 5 days ago
Great vid. . . . Still dont have the balls to try it myself.
Bedlamco
Bedlamco 5 days ago
What is that silver paint
JillyBean860
JillyBean860 5 days ago
This brought back awful/great memories of my front suspension rebuild. I did this years ago with the help of your past USvid videos and everything came out great. You are such an inspiration!
jamesws3
jamesws3 5 days ago
What penetrating oil have you found to work best? Reviews are all over the place.
TheRustyCracker
TheRustyCracker 5 days ago
Has a cordless impact.... nice tools... but uses a hand saw lol.
Chad Bell
Chad Bell 5 days ago
They have a tie rod end remover that makes it much easier to remove the inner tie rod. I would suggest this method over the way ChrisFix does it.
Fury_LitBoy
Fury_LitBoy 5 days ago
Why are there even dislikes on this amazing video ❤❤ Love your content
Marcelo Esquivel
Marcelo Esquivel 5 days ago
Buy a silverado plzzzzz
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