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Old 02-20-2015, 10:03 AM   #11
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Iggy, the easy way to view zert 9 is to open the engine compartment hood and look to the left of the nut and bolt you pictured. The zert is on the top front of the steering box shaft housing to which the nut and bolt is attached. You definitely have one and it is covered by a small plastic cap that is easy to pop off and replace after lubing. You can't see zert 9 from underneath the chassis.

Thanks. Its at Ford right now for grease and frontend alignment.
We will see if they know its there.
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Lube tool..I struggled to lube the fitings with lube gun that had a fiting that would only connect by pushing it down ....I found a connection that would slide on from the side ...much easier. Go to auto zone look in the lube tools section
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Old 02-20-2015, 01:58 PM   #13
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Lube tool..I struggled to lube the fitings with lube gun that had a fiting that would only connect by pushing it down ....I found a connection that would slide on from the side ...much easier. Go to auto zone look in the lube tools section

Yes a 90 degree head is much easier to hold on zerk fittings.
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I have a swivel head that locks in a variety of angles.
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