Replacing A Rack & Pinion Type Inner Tie Rod DIY




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cotaman7: Did Ford put locktite on their inner tie rods. I've been trying like crazy with the tool and it won't budge. I'm afraid I'll break the rack if I exert too much force. Any ideas.

Terrelle Harris: I hate it when a zip tie is used. everything else was awesome except for the zip tie part. that plastic zip tie can't withstand what the metal clamp puts up with.

gary thomas: so put old parts back on ?? ummm ya. it's cheap stuff. replace all inner and outer tie rod ends

kestral super: the 1 i need to replace has no hex on it, its as smooth as an acorn...its on a 2001 ford escort 55 van,- any idea if they are replaceable, or is it my dumb luck that i need to change the whole steering rack??

Giuseppe Agostinelli: i have fluid coming out the end of the bellows when turning the wheel all the way left or right.
is there a seal in there that can be replaced? steering feels good. no hard spots or whines, just loses fluid.
its an expensive rack so id like to know if it is a replaceable seal.
thank you

John Murphy: great video. no bull crap here in this video. just getting er done . fast and we'll explained. Thanks lad. Irish respect

Patricia Posey: My inner clamps are missing on my Bellows Boot, and now I have a power steering leak, can those be replaced?

Len Williams: EXCELLENT VIDEO. THANKS...

Bobby B: the only thing I worry about is damaging the rack and pinion gears while taking off and putting on the new inner tie rod. I the instructions that came with my moog inner tie rod says you are supposed to have a wrench holding these gears while removing or installing the new inner
tie rod so not to damage the gears, but I don't know how to do that. if I just put to blue thread loc on and tighten reasonably snug, would that be good enough. I really don't want to mess up the rack and pinion gears or am I just worrying too much...great video

Fred Murray: Good job!!

Branislav Stratrov: my idiot mechanic put oil (not grease) inside the boot. About 3 medium side syringe because i was having noise when turning the wheel. It didnt help, how i have oil inside the boot. If that oil goes into the vent tube it will clog it up and the boot will break from pressure.

jghk xgjvv: cause of this video I got off my ass and changed the outter and inner tie rods and saved about 400 bucks.   great video. thank u!!

Luke Materi: Great video. You explained things short and to the point with clarity.

I will be changing my inner rods in the next few days.

Thanks for the great video! ☺

sndman60: Very good tutorial - straightforward and clear.

Claymore29: fantastic ..thanks

Luciano Rivera: thanks dave nice video great how you explained

Ulises Chilperico: What does the inner tie rod connect to? is it the steering rack end seal? i got in a small accident and when i replaced my tie rod it isn't smooth 360 turn

Ryan Witkowski: excellent video! feel more confident doing it myself now.

David Jackson: Top video, many thanks.

Daniel Mata: is it only me who can't get the inner side of the boot back on? the,"zip tie" type thing is just to hard to wrap around
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