My outer tie rod boots are both torn. They work great but I prefer a proactive replacement scheme for my car. First step is to raise and support the car on a safety stand.
All associated nuts and bolts for the job I sprayed with penetrating oil.
Step 1: Measure First Then Remove the Outer Tie Rod From the Hub.
I removed the old cotter pin and castle nut. Using my Hammer I whacked the bolt to pop the arm out.
Step 2: Removing the Outer Tie Rod and Comparing the to New One.
Step 3: Installing the New.
I will carry the car for professional alignment soon.