Steering Knuckle Seals

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What are Steering Knuckle Seals?

Steering knuckle seals are rubber seals that are designed to keep contaminants, such as dirt, water, and oil, from entering the steering knuckle of a vehicle. They help to keep the steering knuckle clean, lubricated, and functioning properly.

What is the purpose of Steering Knuckle Seals?

The primary purpose of steering knuckle seals is to prevent contaminants from entering the steering knuckle, which can cause it to malfunction. They also help keep the steering knuckle lubricated and prevent the build-up of dirt and other debris.

How can I determine if my Steering Knuckle Seals are faulty?

There are a few ways to determine if your steering knuckle seals are faulty. First, inspect the seals for any signs of wear and tear, such as cracks or tears. Additionally, you can check for signs of contamination, such as oil seeping from the seals. If you notice either of these signs, it is likely that the seals are faulty and need to be replaced.

Can a faulty Steering Knuckle Seal cause damage?

Yes, a faulty steering knuckle seal can cause damage to the steering knuckle if contaminants are allowed to enter. This can lead to corrosion and other damage to the steering knuckle and its components.

How do I replace Steering Knuckle Seals?

Replacing steering knuckle seals can be done in a few simple steps:

  1. Unbolt the steering knuckle from the suspension.
  2. Remove the old seals from the steering knuckle.
  3. Clean the steering knuckle and any other components that will be in contact with the new seals.
  4. Apply a lubricant to the new seals.
  5. Install the new seals onto the steering knuckle.
  6. Re-bolt the steering knuckle to the suspension.