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How to change a tie rod on 1992 ninety eight olds .

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1992 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight.

Given the car is 22 years old I will only guess

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I would say maybe the switch for the high beams is worn out

I guess that is on the steering column on the left side?

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I have a 91 Ols 98 anniversary model. I found 4 greese niples on the rear suspention, is that the only ones on the car. thanks Larry

unless the ball joints and outer tie rod ends have been replaced, then the four you found are it, but i would think that a 20 year old car would have had something replaced by now but you never know, you want to look at were the lower a-arm aitches to the steering knuckle and were the outer tie rod end aitches to the steering knuckle if these have been replaced there should be a fitting at each pivot point.

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1992 oldsmobile ninety eight

Check egr valve, check pvc valve, check head gasket, check air filter, timing timing out of adjustment, burned valves or leaking, cam shafts could be worn, check fuel enjectors.

Jun 30, 2009 | 1992 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight

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may be frozen brake caliper i would first jack up right side and spin wheel if it is hard to turn u have brake problem if it spins freely u may need tie rod end or ball joint u can check for play when jacked up simpley tug back and forth on wheel side to side 4 tie rod and up and down 4 ball joint could also be bad tire or tire pressure check pressure should be 32psi

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