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 How to Install Tie Rod Ends?

Answer A tie rod is a long stiff column that connects the steering gear in a car to the front wheels to allow for manipulation of the wheel. The very end of the tie rod, called the tie rod end, is the asp... Read More »
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How to Install Tie Rod Ends on a PT Cruiser?

Having to replace the tie rod ends on your PT Cruiser yourself will save you money on labor charges, but it is still recommended to have the vehicle aligned when you're done. Still, most labor char... Read More »
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How do I Install Tie Rod Ends on a '96 Honda Accord?

Your 1996 Honda Accord's tie-rod ends are the steering components that attach the steering linkage and linkage parts to the steering knuckles with a hardened steel ball stud. A tie-rod end can be r... Read More »
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How to Install Tie Rod Ends on a 2001 VW Passat?

The Volkswagen Passat has been sold by Volkswagen Passenger Cars since 1973. The 2001 Passat was equipped with a choice of two engines; a 1.8-liter turbo charged four-cylinder engine, or a 2.8-lite... Read More »
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How to Install Tie Rod Ends on a 1994 Ford F-150 4x4?

The Ford F-150 was introduced in 1975. The 1994 Ford F-150 four-wheel drive (4x4) featured a 4.9-liter V-6 in the base model. A 5.0-liter and 5.8-liter V-8 engine were both optional engines. The 19... Read More »
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