Question about 1989 Ford Bronco
Need to replace, have part, need instruction
If your looking for a tip, by now you probably have finished, but mark the one on the truck with spray paint,
Now, remove the key from the castle nut, remove nut, with a "pickle fork" if you don't have one autozone or similar will rent you one cheaply. Take the pickle fork and a hammer and split joint, unscrew and with paint marks,mark new one and replace.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Any info on tie rods
Yes, is in front, which you have inner and outer on both side of the wheels. worned tie rod can lead to others suspension problems. tie rod should not need replacing that often unless one hit the curve, pot hole driving on rough terrian frequently and this is the only way to can bend the tie rod. tie rod can take lots of abuse but its rearly ever need replacing. on the other side the bushing can get worned and cause steering to have extra play. An important part of your vehicle is steering assembly is the tie rods. If they get bent; try driving your vehicle It just wont happen. replacing another tie rod to me its does not sound right. get anothe opinion form another mechanic and have him look at the car and tell him exactly what you had done.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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