Question about 1996 Dodge Caravan
Jack vehicle up in front and make sure its secure. remove front wheels. tie rod is bolted thru steering knuckle. remove the cotter pin from tie rod end. remove the nut from tie rod end. use a small ball joint splitter and small sledge to release tie rod end from knuckle. if you dot have splitter a good hard hit with small sledge on steering knuckle where tie rod attaches will usually release it. b careful not to bend backing plate. loosen the lock nut on tie rod and spin old end off. try to install new end as close as possible to same position as old end. you will need a front alignment after replacement.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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