How to Put on a Ford Explorer Outer Tie Rod End?

Answer The outer tie rod end on the Ford Explorer bridges the connection between the rack and pinion steering and the front wheel knuckles. Unlike front-wheel drive vehicles, the outer tie rod end on the ... Read More »

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How to Remove the Outer Tie Rod End on a Ford Ranger?

The outer tie rod end on a Ford Ranger is the connection between the steering rack and the steering knuckles. These tie rods connect to the steering knuckle via a ball joint. Over time, this ball j... Read More »

How do I Remove the Outer Wheel Bearing on a 97 Ford Escort?

The outer wheel bearing located inside your front brake rotor keeps the rotor spinning freely around the wheel spindle. When the bearing wears out, your rotor will start to grind at an angle on the... Read More »

98 Ford Explorer Recalls?

The 1998 Ford Explorer has serious recalls that owners must have repaired. Failure to do so puts vehicle passengers at risk of injury. When vehicle parts fail to meet the safety standards, a recall... Read More »

How to Remove a Tie Rod End on a Ford Explorer?

The tie rod ends on a Ford Explorer connect the steering linkage to the steering knuckle, and control the toe in and toe out of the front wheels. When the tie rods wear out, the alignment goes out ... Read More »