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How to remover tierod

How to remover tierod form steering box

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You remove the concerned front-wheel.
Jack up the car front and support it on jack-stands.
Remove and tie-up the brake caliper to more expose the tie-rod end.
loosen the jam-nut, then mark the position of the tie-rod end in relation to the threads.
Remove the cotter-pin from the tie-rod nut.
loosen but don't remove the tie-rod end ballstud and disconnect the tie-rod end from the steering knuckle-arm with a puller. OR
With a medium-size hammer, hit the end of the steering-knuckle where the tie-rod was inserted.
Pull out the tie-rod.

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