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Does anyone have or is there anywhere I can download a diagram or something listing all the chassis grease points on the CTS?
 

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I've been wondering the same thing...but I think that it is all sealed, so no greese fittings...anyone know for sure?
 

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If that's the case, then it sucks. I'm hearing a bit of creaking from my front suspension that sounds like it's asking for some grease.
 

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crawled under my car many of times and taken apart just about everything suspension related, no grease nipples there. probably wouldn't hurt to grease the swaybar bushings from time to time, but they have no fittings to do so, unless you buy hotchkis, so that means loosening off the bracket to grease them.
 

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There haven't been grease Zerks on cars for years. They went the way of the horse and buggy. For creaky rubber bushings use RuGlide(available from NAPA) in an oil squirt gun with a long thin nozzle to get into the cracks and joints.
 

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There haven't been grease Zerks on cars for years. They went the way of the horse and buggy. For creaky rubber bushings use RuGlide(available from NAPA) in an oil squirt gun with a long thin nozzle to get into the cracks and joints.
my 2002 jimmy has 14 points, some jimmys/blazers have 16. but that is suspension and drive shaft.
 
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