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How do you replace the tyrod end? - 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis

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First you jack up the side that needs replacing ,put a jack stand or equivalent under the car so as not to get hurt.then remove the tire.the ti-rod is the part that controls the direction the wheel turns.first loosen the jam nut then loosen the end nut once its out use a hammer hitting the spendle end it is mounted too hit it several times and it will release.install in reverse minus the hammer.if there is anything else i can help with let me know.

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You are going to need remove the nut holding the tie rod to the hub and pop the tie rod out, then you are going to need to get a wrench on the locking nut and one on the entire tie rod itself and turn it off the rack and pinion arm (its going to be on there tight so be ready) install is the reverse of removal. You are also going to need to have your vehicle re-aligned once this is done. If you have any other questions feel free to comment me back and i will assist you.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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