Question about 2002 Chrysler Sebring
I would recommend that you take the outer tie rod end lose, and that will allow you to then loosen each side of the inner tie rod and take it off. Remember that when you are taking the inner tie rod off that you will need to have the front end aligned after you have installed them. You can count how many times that the inner tie rod turns before it comes lose, and then screw it back on that many times/rounds before you lock it down and that will get it close, but you will want to have the front end aligned to avoid premature wear on your tires.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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