Question about 1994 Mercury Tracer
Tire rod end inner&outer
Well jack up one side of car. take off tire. back off stop nut against tie rod. (their are only outter tie rods to replace on your rack and pinon car) remove cotter pin & castle nut. pop tie rod with screw type extraction tool, or pickle fork if you must. once loose you just spin old one off & new one on. if you do not move the wheel it should silp right in. tighten stop nut,castle nut, insert cotter pin. GREASE the joint. put on tire. do the other one the same way. GO GET AN ALIGNMENT! it will definently be off. good luck.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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