Question about Ford Focus
Ihi i gather you are talking about the track rod end, the ball joint connected to the steering rack...no you do not, all you have to do is undo the locking nut from behind the track rod end, do not move it allot just enough for you to unscrew the track rod end, and count the turns as you undo it, as this is the amount of turns that the new one will go onto so you will not need to get the tracking re-set, then just tighten up the lock nut, and you are done....hope this helps
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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