How to Change Tie Rods (inner and outer tie rod ends)
How to replace inner and outer tie rods, How to replace tie rod ends, How
to replace tie rods.
How to check to see if your tie rod is bad:
Tie Rod End Cutaway: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RjhtVse6jE
Find inexpensive tie rods here:
Here is the tie rod tool I used:
This video will show you in depth how to change the inner and outer tie
rods of your car or truck. You need a special tool, an inner tie rod end
tool, to complete the job (this can be rented for free at your local parts
store). The job straight forward and anyone with basic tools can do it!
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wheel alignment, satrun tie rod, saturn tie rod, tierod adjustment, tie rod
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NAPA Service Tool Ball Joint Air Hammer Part # SER 68600A
This unique tool was designed to remove and install lower ball joints on
the car versus removing the steering knuckle and using a press. Using an
air hammer, the job of removing and installing ball joints is a simple
procedure saving 1 hour per side.
The tool has two main parts that attach to the air hammer, a remover and
installer. The remover easily fits over the lower end of the ball joint to
drive the old ball joint out of the steering knuckle. The installer has
been designed to fit around the upper portion of the steering knuckle
enabling a straight push for the new ball joint. The installer couples
with one of three different sizes of installer heads that drive in the new
ball joint without damaging it.
Works with "Spring Type" tool retainer air hammers.
Prelude 1988-1991 & 1996-1998
Replacing a Rack & Pinion Type Inner Tie Rod DIY
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channel & SUBSCRIBE for more DIY auto repair videos. This is a video
showing how to replace an inner tie rod on a rack and pinion equipped
vehicle. This on is a 1997 Ford Explorer 2 wheel drive. I made a brief
reference to a zip tie on the video & didn't explain myself. I used a zip
tie in place of the inner bellows boot clamp on the rack.
How To Install Replace Part 2 Front Lower Ball Joint Chevy GMC S-10 S15 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to install a front lower ball joint on a 2002 Chevy
S10 Pickup Truck 4x4. This is the same procedure on any 98, 99, 00, 01,
02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, and 08 Chevy S-10 Blazer, 98 to 04 S-10 Pickup
Truck, GMC Jimmy or S15 Sonoma. You can diagnose a faulty ball joint by
raising the front tire off the ground while supporting the control arm.
Then use a pry bar or 2x4 under the tire. Have a person move the tire up
and down with the pry bar while you look at the ball joint for side to side
F150 Squeaky Ball Joint Replacement
Thanks for watching! Please rate, comment & subscribe. This is video of a
2000 Ford F150 4x4 with very noisy ball joints. I show how to replace the
front lower ball joints and the front upper control arms.
Front Alignment Check
Update. The question comes up about the caliper I use.. its a cheap
plastic one like this.
http://www.harborfreight.com/6-inch-utility-caliper-7914.html I have a
nice digital one too, but the cheap one works fine.
How to check and adjust your front toe alignment on a mitubishi evo 8. The
evo has an equal front and rear track which makes this an easy process.
Save yourself $100 and do this at home every 6 months. Driving can cause
your alignment to go out every once in a while. A poor alignment,
especially toe thats far from zero, will chew up your expensive tires
quick. And if you track your car, you'll get better performance by
setting an agressive alignment. Knowing how to adjust your own alignment
means you can set it back to "normal" for everyday driving.
Oops, Axle and Ball Joint Replacement - EricTheCarGuy
Oops, Axle and Ball Joint Replacement
Sorry I missed you last week, I had this video half done and didn't get a
chance to finish. Well we have our 1990 Accord again, I'm getting some
mileage out of this one but I don't mind cause there are still quite a few
of these on the road and a few of you have claimed ownership to one of
these 4th generation Accords, so enjoy. A couple of things to note, I
could do a video on taking out the wishbone bolt alone, I've run into a few
problems here such as a rusted bolt that won't come out of it's bushing as
one example, perhaps future videos will show how to overcome this problem.
I thought this one went together well despite the fact that you might be
getting sick of Honda Accords, I still have more from other makes that I
haven't edited or posted yet. I have more to this video as well that may
show up in DVD form at one point, YouTube only gives me 10min to work with
but I think that is enough to get you started and not lose interest.
Perhaps you could help by submitting questions in the form of text
responses or what I would really like is a video response to something I've
put out there, that would be great.
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seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of
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injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools,
equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole
responsibility of the user and not EricTheCarGuy.
Struts can sometimes be a little scary. That is unless you have the right
equipment. They are really pretty simple for the most part. However be
sure to use a spring compressor. Here is an example on a Honda. Other
vehicles will be basically the same