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Torque settings I need track rod end ball joint tourqe settings

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SOURCE: track rod end on peugeot 306 hdi

put a jack under the trackrod end and jack up applying presure that will stop it turning ok

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Hi I am changing the track rod end on my Peugeot

you have to hit the ring that the ball joint fits into(just below the nut)and then hit the top of the threaded part.it will then fall out.

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When driving my carshimmys side to side. in front. what is wrong??


There's something worn in then suspension/steering set up. It could be a ball joint, a track rod end or a rubber bush.

Get a workshop to put your car up on a hoist and examine it. It won't take long - they will identify the fault for you

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How do I change track rod


Hello there.
You should really buy a 'Haynes Manual' if you are doing this kind of work on your car.
The item you are renewing is either a 'Track rod end ' or a 'Tie Rod'..
I presume you are going to change a Track Rod End.

Here we go !

.1) First Jack up the car and support on axle stands properly. You should ALWAYS do this. Jacks CANNOT be trusted EVER.

2) Undo the small nut on the top of the Ball joint. You then need to use a Ball Joint Splitter or a 'homemade metal wedge' and big Hammer, and insert it between the two parts (Track rod end and suspension extension) and separate the two parts. The 'bolt' that the nut was on is a tapered fit so it will be hard to separate the two. .

3) When separated, undo the locknut on the other end of the Track Rod end and 'unscrew' the whole Track rod end from the Tiie Rod..
IMPORTANT Make a note of how many turns it took to 'unscrew' the Track Rod end from the Tie Rod.

4) Screw the new Track Rod end into the Tie Rod as exactly the same number of turns to take out the old one if you can. (DONT forget to put the old locknut on to the new Track Rod End first !!!!)

5) Locate the thread of the new ball joint through the Suspension extension as was initially found and then fully tighten a NEW Nyloc nut on the top of the threaded part. (If you use the old nut and the steering comes apart at 70 MPH don't blame me)

6) Tighten the lock nut on the other end on the Track Rod End.

7) Take to a Tyre shop and have the TRACKING re-aligned. If you dont do this your tyres will only last for two weeks or so. !!!!!!

Job Done

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What is the torque specs for a tie rod end on a 1994 toyota camry


The tie rod end adjusting nut, 54 ft lb or 74 Nm
The tie rod end ball joint nut, 36 ft lb or 49 Nm

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How to replace ball joints


remove wheel, unbolt steering track rod,unbolt the ball joints ,you will need some sort of joint splitter ,this is a metal forked wedge that you hammer between the joint and chassis when replacing new joint you will need to use a jack under new joint to apply some pressure so that when you tighten the nut then ball joint does'nt spin round and not tighten,make sure you know the torque for the nuts as over tightening can cause joint to fail in some way this is important to get right

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Alignment problem


If the tie rod ends and ball joints need replacing do these first before getting the tracking done. After replacing these don't assume it will correct the alignment automatically as you would have disturbed the settings while changing them so getting the allignment checked after replacing any of those parts is always the best way to go.

Dec 22, 2012 | 1997 Dodge Dakota

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Wheel shimes when breaking


This will either be a worn ball joint or track rod end, get a collegue to shake the steering wheel from side to side while you place your hand on the ball joint and then the track rod, you should be able to determine play ( compare this with the other side to give an indication )

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Front end shakes,tie rod and upper ball joints have been replaced


Very little info for a fix. Tie rod and upper ball joints do not make a front end shake. Lower ball joints wear out before the uppers do.
Front end shakes at what speed, if you have a broken belt in one of your front tires you will notice it more at low speeds. Mud or snow stuck in wheel will make them vibrate at speed. Lug nuts tight since front end work? You need to give more info. Switch front tires with back tires. If shake is in steering wheel it more than likely is front end but if you feel it in your seat it is more than likely in the rear of the car.

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I need the tourqe setting for the connection from the tie rod end to the rack & pinion.


tie rod end torque settings. tie rod end and castllated nuts 35-46 ft lbs.

tie rod end jamb nut. 35-46 ft lbs.

rack and pinion. power rack and pinion subframe retaining bolts. 85-99 ft lbs.

good luck!

Nov 06, 2010 | 1998 Ford Taurus

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Is a special tool required to remove inner tie rod from relay rod on 2001 Tahoe.? Also what should torque be?


Relay Rod Removal & Installation To Remove:
  1. Raise and support the vehicle
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Engine protection shield, if equipped
    • Steering damper from the relay rod, if equipped Note: Use the proper tool in order to separate all the tie rods and the ball joints.
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    • Tie rod ends (F) (See: Tie Rod Ends)
    • Idler arm ball stud nut (J) and discard the nut (See: Idler Arm)
    • Pitman arm nut (H) and discard the nut (See: Pitman Arm) Remove the idler arm from the relay rod gm_trk_sub15_idler_from_relay_rod.gif

    • Relay rod from the idler arm ball stud using the J24319-B or other suitable puller Remove relay rod from pitman arm ball stud gm_trk_sub15_relay_rod_rem.gif

    • Relay rod from the pitman arm ball stud using the J24319-B or other suitable puller
    • Relay rod from the vehicle
  3. Inspect the threads on the tie rod ends for damage
  4. Inspect the ball stud threads for damage
  5. Inspect the ball stud seals for excessive damage
  6. Clean the threads on the ball studs
To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • Relay rod to the vehicle
    • Relay rod to the pitman arm ball stud
    • Relay rod to the idler arm ball stud and make sure the seal is on the stud
    • New pitman arm prevailing torque nut
    • New idler arm prevailing torque nut and tighten the idler arm and pitman arm nuts; Torque to: 46 ft. lbs. (62 Nm)
    • Tie rod ends
    • Steering dampener to the relay rod, if equipped
    • Engine protection shield, if equipped
  2. Lower the vehicle
  3. Check the wheel alignment
  4. Test drive the vehicle to confirm the repairs
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Do I have to lower the sub frame when replacing the steering knuckle


ihi i gather you are talking about the track rod end, the ball joint connected to the steering rack...no you do not, all you have to do is undo the locking nut from behind the track rod end, do not move it allot just enough for you to unscrew the track rod end, and count the turns as you undo it, as this is the amount of turns that the new one will go onto so you will not need to get the tracking re-set, then just tighten up the lock nut, and you are done....hope this helps

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