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Severe vibration, even at low speeds 96 taurus. had inner tie rods replaced, still have problem

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Replace balll joints and have tires balanced.

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How do I know if my inner tie rod needs replacing? Is it just the movement of the tire or does it have any noise or severe vibration while driving?


Jack up the front until the wheels are clear. Turn the steering wheel until it locks. Then grab the tire at the 9 and 3 o'clock positions and push/pull while noting how much movement there is. There should be little to none. To verify, put jack stands first, then crawl under and do the same wiggle test while watching if there is movement of the inner rod only, not the outer tie rod end, ball joint, or control arm bushings. There shouldn't be any noise or vibration unless it's ready to grenade.

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2002 FORD TAURUS INNER TIE ROD END


They screw on & then are cripped with a special tool

Dec 24, 2012 | 2002 Ford Taurus

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Mechanic says inner tie rod needs to be replaced. How do I know?


Raise the vehicle and wiggle the wheels left and right. You would know which one has a play if its the inner or the outer. the inner tie rod connects close to the rack and pinion. The outer is close to the tire. Goodluck

May 28, 2011 | 2001 Ford Taurus

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Inner tie rod end on passenger side needs replaced


its not that hard its just a pain getting access to it as you will find the unit is tight and there is not a lot of room for leverage.

regards JR

May 27, 2009 | 1999 Ford Taurus

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97 taurus GL inner tie rods


You have to have a special tool like this
http://motors.shop.ebay.com/items/Parts-Accessories_Automotive-Tools__W0QQ_nkwZfordQ20innerQ20tieQ20rodQ20toolQQ_fromfsbZQQ_trksidZm270Q2el1313QQ_odkwZQQ_osacatZPartsQ2dAccessoriesQ5fAutomotiveQ2dTools

Disconnect the outer tie rod and remove,then remove boot,then use special tool to remove inner tie rod. You will then have to have it aligned. You can use a tape measure to get it close enough to drive,just mark one of the grooves in the tire so you are measuring the exact same points,measure from tire to tire in the front of front tires then take a measurement at the rear of front tires and adjust the outer tire rods until the measurements are pretty close to equal.

Feb 17, 2009 | 1997 Ford Taurus

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Tie rod adjustments


Loosen the locknut and turn the Inner tie rod end , it has a ball and socket inside the steering rack boot. remember to tighten the locknut after servicing !

Dec 18, 2008 | 1997 Ford Taurus

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Inner tie rods


you can rent the tools for free when you buy the tie rods from autozone, o'reilly's etc. tool loosens tie rod.

Jun 05, 2008 | 1989 Ford Taurus

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