Jaguar Ball Joint
Your car, truck, or SUV uses a suspension system to bear the weight of the vehicle suspended above your tires and off the road. The Jaguar ball joint is part of your suspension system. A Jaguar ball joint works together with your tie rod to control your car's steering and help to maintain proper alignment. In most cases, you'll find your Jaguar ball joint located at the top of your steering hub, though some models have an additional Jaguar ball joint at the bottom. The Jaguar ball joint allows your steering wheel and, by association, your tires, free movement in most directions. At the same time, the Jaguar ball joint maintains the vertical position of your steering column and keeps your wheels perpendicular to the road. As you can imagine, there is quite a bit of pressure placed on your Jaguar ball joint. Replacing a bad Jaguar ball joint is essential to the safe handling of your vehicle. If your steering wheel vibrates, or you notice uneven or abnormal wear on your tire tread, this may be indicative of a bad Jaguar ball joint. Since this part works so closely with the tie rod, which flexes to allow your vehicle to handle road surface imperfections, in most cases you should replace your tie rod along with your Jaguar ball joint. Ordering a new Jaguar ball joint is as simple as searching our vast online catalogue for the part that suits your vehicle's make and model. When you place your order through our toll-free number or secure online server, your Jaguar ball joint will be delivered right to your door. Don't take chances with your vehicle's steering; replace your worn Jaguar ball joint as soon as you notice a problem.