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1994 chevy silverado front shakes when brake is applied


If you put new rotors you need new brakes as well the other thing to check is the inner and outer tie rods to do that get the front tires off the ground grab the front and back of the tire on the tread have someone look at the inner and outer tie rods as you move the tire back and forth if the tie rod does not move it is wore out you can also look at the sway bar pins and make sure that they are not broken

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Tire rod end left sidefrom gearbox is broken how do i dismantel


if its the outer tie rod than loosen the jam nut on the threaded part of the inner tie rod. You will then be able to unthread the outer tie rod from the inner. Count the number of turns and install the new one with the same number of turns.

If its the inner tie rod you will need an inner tie rode remover/installer tool and a torque wrench.

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Something is rubbing on the driver side front tire when i turn left and it is wearing the outside of my tire down.


TIRE EITHER TOO BIG OR FENDER INNER WELL BOLTS LOOSE CAUSING INNER FENDERWELL RUB THE TIRE EDGE.OR HAVE THE FRONT SUSPENSION CHECK FOR DAMAGE OR WORN INNER OR OUTER TIE ROD ENDS.

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How much would it cost to fix the inner tire rod


The parts for the inner and outer together is around $80, (all 4 joints) labor to install should be about 2 hours plus alignment, I would say $220 is a good price for that work. Just make sure that price includes a new alignment. Hope this helps, let me know.

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2003 pontiac grand prix inner tire rod , I need to change the tire rod


first take the outer tierod off of the spindle tthen take the boot loose from the rack and try to break the inner tie rod loose make sure when replacing the inner tierod that you count number of times you turn it wel unscrewing the outer tie rid you will need to get a alinment perform after you replace that tierod.

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Left front tire shakes when applying brakes.


Exact same thing happened to me. On my 03 taurus and 03 Windstar. It ended up be worn inner tie rod ends. Would reccommend an inspection of bushings, tie rods etc.

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97 taurus GL inner tie rods


You have to have a special tool like this
http://motors.shop.ebay.com/items/Parts-Accessories_Automotive-Tools__W0QQ_nkwZfordQ20innerQ20tieQ20rodQ20toolQQ_fromfsbZQQ_trksidZm270Q2el1313QQ_odkwZQQ_osacatZPartsQ2dAccessoriesQ5fAutomotiveQ2dTools

Disconnect the outer tie rod and remove,then remove boot,then use special tool to remove inner tie rod. You will then have to have it aligned. You can use a tape measure to get it close enough to drive,just mark one of the grooves in the tire so you are measuring the exact same points,measure from tire to tire in the front of front tires then take a measurement at the rear of front tires and adjust the outer tire rods until the measurements are pretty close to equal.

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Inner tie rod ends on a 2002 toyota celica


First, you do NOT have to remove the rack to replace the inner tie rod ends. Second, If you want a .pdf regarding the procedure, I'll be glad to send it to you. But, the tie rods just screw off. Whatyou WILL need to do is get a good front-end alignement after you replace the inner tie rod. If not, you will destroy your tires. Alignment is critical to minimize tire wear on Celicas.

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94 ford escort..help on auto repair


I can walk you through it, be sure it is your outer tie rod that is bad the inner tie rods go bad also. It's actually quite simple to replace. Jack up and secure car with safety stands, remove your tire. Remove cotter pin and the nut holding in onto your steering knuckle, Loosen lock nut on the inner tie rod shaft. Either rent or buy you a tie rod removal tool they are cheap, but autozone and many other stores have a tool loner service that is free. Remove the tie rod from the knuckle and hold inner shaft and rotate the outer rod end till it comes off. When you go back with the new one measure across the front ties on the front and on the rear side about the same place. Screw the new tie rod on till the fron and the back of the tires measure the same distance, that is zero toe. Most fwd cars drive great right there. Be sure you tighten everything properly and reinstall the cotter pin If this helps please vote fixya!

Oct 12, 2008 | 1994 Ford Escort

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