Question about 1997 Dodge Intrepid
I have the old bushing out but there isn't anything left of it but the metal. The new ones won't fit so I think maybe there is metal sheeth still inside rack. It kind of looks like it but I can't determine. There is a groove that looks like there might be. I just want to be sure it is before I go trying to rip it off and beat on it.
If you are talking about the inner tie rod bushings, the small round ones that go inside the tie rod, there is a metal plate with 2 holes that goes onto it and a fastener lock plate. The factory bushings can be hell to install. I recommend getting the Moog replacement kit which easily install and last longer in the hot oily environment they are in. Note: The fasteners are finely threaded and MUST me torqued properly and then locked with the new lock plate in the kit.
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