Chrysler Sebring Upper Ball Joint
About Upper Ball Joint
A ball joint is a suspension system component that connects the control arms to the knuckle. It's essentially the pivoting point for the wheels, while the suspension does not rotate during spinning. It enables the suspension to move the road profile because up and down while the vehicle is being steered. The upper ball joint which connects the upper control arm to the knuckle is the joint. A stock ball joint is designed to carry loads taking into account normal street driving. The performance ball joints can bear much higher loads and favor racing and driving enthusiasts.
What is the purpose of Upper Ball Joint?
Much like a ball and socket joint in the human body, a ball joint in the front suspension of the vehicle often consists of a ball and a socket in the hips and shoulders. The ball is that part of the portion that makes pivoting motion, and where it sits is the socket.
How Upper Ball Joint Works?
When the vehicle is steered while staying linked to the vehicle's axle, the wheels attached to the wheel hub swivel on the ball joints.
Where is Upper Ball Joint Located?
Each upper control arm end connecting to the knuckle finds the upper ball joints on either side.