Taurus Inner Tie Rod Repair Procedures?

Answer The Ford Taurus uses a rack-and-pinion steering system. The inner tie-rods are the outer extensions of the rack and pinion that connect to the outer tie-rod ends. The outer tie-rod ends are secured... Read More »

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How to Install an Inner Tie Rod End in a 97 Taurus?

The inner tie rod in a 1997 Ford Taurus is the link from the rack-and-pinion steering to the steering knuckle. When the tie rod exhibits signs of wear, the result is freeplay in the steering -- thi... Read More »

How to Fix the Inner Tie Rod on a 1990 Ford Taurus?

The 1990 Ford Taurus was available in several different sub-models. The engine choices for the 1990 Taurus included two versions of the 3.0-liter V-6, but with different horsepower ratings for both... Read More »

How to Install the Inner Tie Rod for My 1999 Ford Taurus?

The 1999 Ford Taurus is equipped with rack and pinion steering. In this type of steering system, an outer tire rod end is connected to a steering knuckle. Connection of the tie rod end to the steer... 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 »