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...As the title says. A national chain wanted over $250 to do this job. I did it myself in about an hour -with tools I had around the ...
Wheel chocks or rocks, bricks Jack stand(s) Breaker bar/extension Needle nose pliers Locking pliers or Vice Grips Channel locks Rubber mallet or hammer 19mm open wrench 19mm deep ...
Park the car on a level surface Set your emergency brake Chock the wheels Loosen tire lugs Jack vehicle Place jack stand Remove lug nuts Remove tire Turn ...
Using the needle nose pliers, remove the cotter pin on the castellated nut on top of outer tire rod.
Remove castellated nut w/19mm socket wrench and/or breaker bar, if needed.
Knock lower tie rod assy out of steering knuckle assy with rubber mallet or hammer. The picture shows a ball joint puller that I thought I needed. I ...
Mark the current position of the outer tie-rod end with spary paint or nail polish, or whathaveyou THE FOLLOWING IS NOT NECCESARY FOR THIS INSTRUCTABLE: At this point, you ...
Using the needle nose pliers, remove the spring clamp on the end of the inner tie rod boot.
From the front of the car, with your head near the fog lamp, look for the other end of the inner tie-rod rubber boot. On the tie-rod shaft, ...
Go back to the side of car, where you removed the castellated nut Grab the boot and slide it towards you. Alternatively, you can roll the boot over ...
At the rear of the inner tie-rod is a staked washer of sorts, you must unstake this washer. I used a flat head screw driver and a hammer. ...
Using the locking pliers, grip the flat edges of the inner tie-rod ball/socket assy. Loosen and remove the inner tie-rod.
My replacement inner tie rod was a different style than the original, so I lined up the sockets and then screwed the old outer tie rod to the ...
Installation is the reverse of removal. My iPhone's battery died, so I have no pictures of this process. However, it's pretty straight forward. Thread the boot onto the ...
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