sure, sorry bout that
that's a picture of the boot on the steering shaft. it has no grease fittings, but was factory packed. it's very close to an exhaust port, so that boots getting hot and looses the grease.
to grease it, you'll need a needle fitting on your gun. the best way is to cut one of the metal rings that hold the boot in place with tin snips or something similar. then slide the needle under the boot, and pump it 20 times or till it feels firm. after that, replace the ring you cut with one of those metal hose clamp rings that can be adjusted. tighten it down. now you've got a boot that is serviceable in the future.
mistake I made was not cutting the ring off. I tried to just slide the needle under it. I ended up slipping, and I stabbed a hole in the top of the boot. no big deal, I dont lose alot of grease through it, but there are better ways
that trick fixed my clunk about 10,000 miles ago. I haven't greased it since either. my plan was to do it every 3,000, but I got lazy I guess.