Grease Points on Suspension - 2008 Cobalt LS
I have been taking good care of my Cobalt LS which has 128K miles on it. I received it (for $0) when it had 100K. I have to say the previous owner took very good care of it overall. When I dropped the auto trans pan I was terrified that the fluid had never been changed and coal size lumps of congealed fluid would pour out. But I was wrong, the fluid was a little worn but not terribly discolored. The magnet in the trans pan had very little in the way of metal shavings on it. I was quite impressed and thankful.
OK. so here is my question: Are there suspension points where I can use a grease gun and make a significant contribution to the car's longevity and avoid expensive front-end and suspension repairs? Are there any grease fittings anywhere underneath? Finally I have a grease gun with an injection needle. Are there any boots or anything where I can make a small hole with my injection needle and shoot in new grease that would be good for the car and not destroy anything. Really appreciate any feedback.
Thank you, Reuben.