Question about Jeep Wrangler
First- remove the cotter pin if it's not a lock nut..
Second- remove the nut
Third-They make a tool (ball joint fork) to se seperate the joint. once the tie rod end stud has been removed, loosen the locknut on the tie rod and turn the tie rod end out of the adjustment sleeve, while counting the number of turns, when reassembling, install the new tie rods in the sleeve the same number of turns as when removing.....hope this helps you??????????
Posted on May 23, 2011
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