How to Check Inner Tie Rod Ends?

Answer Checking the inner tie rods on a vehicle is often overlooked by even the best mechanics. The inner and outer tie rods control the "toe" of the vehicle, or how far the wheels of the vehicle are turn... Read More »

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DIY Inner Tie Rod Ends?

Tie rods are an integral part of your car's steering. If your car has excessive steering play, they are the likely cause. Loose steering is a dangerous condition that should be corrected promptly. ... Read More »

How to Replace Inner Tie Rod Ends on a 1991 Ford Taurus?

The 1991 Ford Taurus uses a tie rod as part of the steering system. The tie rod is connected to the steering knuckle or wheel with a tie-rod end. The tie-rod end allows the tie rod to turn the whee... Read More »

How to Replace Inner Tie Rod Ends in a 1999 Mercury Villager Minivan V6?

Mercury opened for business in 1939, and sat between Ford and Lincoln as Ford Motor Co.'s entry-level luxury lineup. The Villager, which hit the market in the 1993 model year, was Mercury’s first... Read More »

How to Check Tie Rod Ends?

Tie rod ends are an extension of the steering rack that connect to the knuckle of the front wheels. Ensuring the tie rod ends have no free-play in them is easy to do and important to the safety st... Read More »