Having problems with your 2004 Toyota Sequoia ?

Are there front-end grease joints that need lube periodically or are they sealed and don't require fresh grease?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-09-2020

Answers :

There are places to lubricate the joints and such in the front end. The ball joints certainly have lube points if nothing else does. Anything that could be metal to metal contact needs periodic lubrication. Check your owners manual for Lubrication types. Most are using a molediumdysulfide based lubricant in the newer vehicles. It is easily available at Walmart and most auto parts stores. Just don't use a graphite based Lube unless it is specifically called for. If your owners manual is short on information on this you should pick up a Haynes repair manual on your vehicle. It will specify lube points and intervals and what type of lubrication to use.
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