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I need to know how to take off a tire rod on my 2006 dodge dakota.

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YOU NEED A TIE ROD PULLER TOOL C 3894 - A OR EQUIVALENT. TO REMOVE TIE ROD ENDS.

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something may be stuck by the hinge possibly the jack handle or one of the rods to remove the spare tire. the same thing happened in my 06 dakota it was the tire iron portion of the jack handle

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Stabalizer links. To check them you will need to have both front tires off the ground at the same time. Grab the stabilizer bar where it attaches to the link. Push up and pull down on the bar. If you feel any movement replace them. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. Thank you for using FixYa.com!

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2006 Dodge Dakota Sqeeking to almost grindind noise coming from under front drivers side. recently replaced outer tie rod ends and left front hub assembly. What now?


Have your brake checked, also check the backing plate in back of brake rotor, could have gotten bent while working on it. Good Luck

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you have something loose in either the steering or suspension. sounds like ball joints or tie rod ends

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corect size wrench should work. count the number of turn it takes to remove each unit make note and install new units using those numbers

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remove the jack from the jack holder behind the seat put the rods together stick the rod in the hole on the rear bumper and crank the handle counter clockwise this will lowere the tire once it's on the ground get the tire off and install where needed.

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A very common problem is faulty tires or incorrect wheel balance of the front tires. Check for a bulge or a wear on the tires. If all is in fine find a mechanic to check your wheel bearings. Check for a broken strut assembly or shock absorber. Check for tire rod bushings and the balance rod. Check complete front suspension.

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I'd say get the alignment done first, and hope you have'nt ruined the tires already. Alignment problems can also wear out bearings prematurely. Start with a rotation of the tires & alignment.

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