Question about 1994 Ford Escort
My inner tie rod on the passenger side broke of on the bottom of the control arm. can i fix it myself? also what would i need and how do i get the rod out.
Usually they can be replaced with a little effort. You would need to get under the car and pry the broken part off the control arm. The tierod end is threaded onto the shaft. There is a bolt which compresses the tierod end onto the tierod. Loosen the compression bolt and unthread the end from the shaft rod. Counting the number of turns to remove it will be the number of turns to replace it. Mount it and then get a front end alignment which is a good idea before something else breaks.
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