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How do i change tie end rods on 2002 pontiac montana?

Van shakes when going 45 mph

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On both ends of sterring rod. change and get alined. jack up van see if you get playin the wheel up and down side to side

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yes the inner is farther on the steering rack the out is at end connnected to the knuckle by the wheel

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2001 Ford ranger shakes at 45 mph until I let off the gas. I drive a little further and it starts shaking again until I let off the gas. Drive more, shakes, let off the gas. Still shakes.


Have the front end checked for worn parts like suspension rubber bushings and worn tie rod ends or ball joints, all will cause this

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Why does my front end shake only above 45 mph?


Tire balance first and have them shake down ft end

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What could be the problem?


If it's the front end that is shaking, check the ball joints, motor mounts and idler arm. Lift the front end of the van until tires are off the ground. Wiggle the front tires side to side checking for slack, use a pry bar or 2x4 to lift the wheels to check for slack. Everything should be tight. Have someone turn the steering wheel back and forth while the van is on the ground and look for loose connections in the front end. If any loose connections are found replace them. A mechanic can do a front end inspection for you for little cost if any at all. CV Joints generally do not cause any vibration when they are worn out; however, they will cause a lot of clicking noise when you turn corners once they have worn out.

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Does the 2000 pontiac montana minivan have outer and inner tie rods and tie rod ends


yes the inner is farther on the steering rack the out is at end connnected to the knuckle by the wheel

Sep 20, 2011 | 2000 Pontiac Montana

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not a big problem. It may be tie rod wearing. If you hear a click when turning it would be the ball joints. If it does not make clicking sound, then most likely tie rod ends or improper alignment

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92 Dodge Grand Caravan - shakes!!!!!!


It sounds like you need a tune change at least the wires and plugs it also could be a worn or broke motor or tranny mount.

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My car starts to shake after about 35-45 mph


rack and pinion is the steering wheel joint, so if the steering wheel shakes or handling has decreased, then i would say it is the rp. , also check the wear on the tires for uneven wear, it could be alignment, does the steering pull to one side? it could be motor mounts just find the bolts and check em wiht a torque wrench, also inspect mounting bushings as well. to check trans. give it alot of gas to get past 35-45 mph and the shaking should go away at higher speeds, if it doesnt then its the trans missing "third".

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