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TIE ROD REPLACEMENT

NEED TO REPLACE TIE ROD ON MY 1993 MAZDA 626

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  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    Driver side tie rod needs replacing as seized on Mazda 626 1992 model eclipse 2.2. How to?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    I replaced the balljoints and tie rod ends,done the wheel alignment, what else could it be

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Inner or outer? driver's side or passenger side?

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I have a 1996 Mazda 626 and have been told I need to replace the tie rods or I will have to replace my tires about every 6 months. When I went on line to try and order the tie rods there were several...


Jack the front of the car up high enough to get under it, put jack stands under the car for safety.

Start on either side and check the tie rod ends for looseness. If you have someone to help, have them hold one tire with hands at 3 and 9 o'clock while you grab the other tire the same way. Try to move the tire by pushing and pulling. If you feel movement, have your helper sit in the car and move the steering wheel 1/4 to 1/2 turn left and righ as you check the tie rods for which one or ones are loose.

Once you have found out which to replace, after they are replaced, you will need to have the car aligned.

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watch and follow procedures on the videos on the below links:

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Your right axle-shaft (intermediate-shaft) appears to be the problem here. (The right axle-shaft has a bearing in it that gets bad periodcally).
Remove the wheel cover.
Open up the axle nut side with a flat-end screw driver.
Loosen the front axle nut with the 32mm socket.
Remove the front wheel.
Jack up the car and support it on jack-stands.
Remove the brake calipers and tie it up to the strut-spring.
(Check your engine mount, transmission mount)
Remove the cotter-pin from the tie-rod nut.
Loosen and remove the tie-rod nut.
Pry off the balljoints out of the steering-knuckle(watch-out for the black rubber boot on the tie-rod).
Loosen and remove the strut bolts.
Push out the strut from the steering-knuckle.
Remove the bolts that's holding the bearing on the middle of the shaft-3pieces in all.
Use a large pry-bar to pry off the axle-shaft from its immediate end, or transmission case and flange.
Take out the axle-shaft.
Plug off the axle-shaft hole with a rag to stop oil flow.
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Reverse removal of these steps for installation.
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hello dusto, no it should not be. the nut on the tie rod end which connects it to the steering knuckle / hub should come off counter clockwise. the nut which connects the inner tie rod to the outer tie rod should also be counter clockwise, remember though that from your view point it will look as though the nut will be turning right. hope i did'nt confuse, please let me know if i can be of any other help.

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