Sean Marquiss: Definitely worth watching. Been working on cars for over 30 years
non-professionally and rely on information like this to improve my craft.
Recently bought a 1994 Mazda 929 for $500 and thanks to the internet and
people like Dave here I have been able to bring it back to life. I have
needed to replace the water pump, timing belt, and now, at the insistence
of the tech who performed the state inspection on my car, the inner tie-rod
end on the passenger side. I have saved thousands of dollars for myself
and those I do the work for by being able to fix such things myself. Such
things are only possible because good people like Dave here are willing to
open up and share their wealth of knowledge. Thank you. I have done all
you have requested by rating, commenting, and subscribing out of respect.
Oz TheWizard: I got that same inner tie rod tool at harbor freight for 40 bucks. Worked
great. The lower ball joint press tool which was twice as much on the
other hand, cracked after the first ball joint I pressed in. Guess I
overtightened it. Either it was cheap metal or I was extra strong today.
ezrafett: Thank you so much for posting this video. I have a 98 Explorer, and noticed
that the inner tie rod on the driver's side was loose months ago when I was
changing the ball joint on the passenger side. My friend told me that it
was very hard to change the inner tie rod, so I haven't done it yet. After
watching your video I am sure I can handle it and save a load of money (vs
taking it to a shop).
Oz TheWizard: How much torque did you use when tightening the new inner tie rod? I just
did mine today but I couldn't find torque specs for it anywhere so I used
50 ft lbs. Haven't driven the car yet, still have to swap the UCA, so I
can re-torque it if necessary. Thanks.
Nathan Jenkins: Great video, very clear and to the point one of the best I've seen !! What
video editor do you use out of interest.
BestBuildPC Power of imagination: Why did you use a hammer when there is a specific tool for that? 1:05.
Didn't like that buddy. Sorry!
Jennifer Sentman: wow. so reason im here is cause just the other day the tie rod end
snapped(im not a mechanic so i have no clue what and where it broke) and
apparently sent the inner tie rod(im assuming from this video again not a
mechanic so i came here actually to learn the name of the part i need) into
the tire and locked up the tire. not having a clue what happened i
realigned the wheels and was able to move so i figured the problem
disapated so i tried to drive home very slowly but hit a bump sending back
to where i was locked up the tire and everything. well my mechanic said
need new tie rod ends... ok got em brought them to him and he said that the
inner tie rod is bent now. he got everything back together and what not but
with that rod bent ill need to replace them. now he stated that he was
unable to replace for what ever reason and id need to go to a shop which ok
fine i just want some knowledge before i walk into a shop so i dont get air
blown up my ass ive put so much into this truck and i love this truck i
just bought it granted the dealership clearly doesnt do maitnence(long
story) and i just bought this truck 3 months ago. so can anyone give me
some info before walking into a shop and im talking simple but complete. do
i need to do both sides(which i probly will because i dont want uneven wear
one one side) idk can someone just help me out itd be greatly appreciated
1tokeover: Wow, an inner tie rod removal tool. That's too cool.
dennis sfsu-isys: Very informative! Love that Inner Tie Rod removal tool... lol.
mastocytoma1: I'm glad people like you are out there that are willing to take time out of
their lives to teach useful information to schmucks like me lol! Much
Terry Cunnane: Really good video. Thanks
Angel Kelley: One mechanic told me to buy Lucas but it continues licking...
231MasseyFerguson: This is exactly to a "T" what's wrong with my wife's 2002 Toyota Camry.
Hers is is on the passenger side. Just took the tire off today and found
out that's what the problem is. I don't know what I'd do if she wrecked
with our baby in there. She told me it's been shaking for a while now but I
didn't know just how bad it was til I drove it. 45-60 mph the steering
wobbled very very bad. I'm talking extremely bad and pulled to the right
immediately when u let off the steering wheel. THANK YOU TREMENDOUSLY FOR
twowitnisses: Thank you. God bless.
tashawna welch: Thank you for giving me at least an idea of what I am looking at. I know
nothing about cars, but I was interested to find out what I am going to
have to get fixed. Also the person making rude comments.. u should be
thankful someone out there is willing to show others what they can do. If
you dont like it, dont comment, but dont leave rude messages.
SuperRoadrunner68: lmao @ BestBuildPC Power of imagination a mechanic wanna be go back to
being a book technician and let
roadragecustoms do the real work he did everything right
Ricardo Barron: How does this guy only have 10,700 subs and almost a million views? Awesome
video man. I got my 2003 accord air conditioning fixed a little while back
thanks to clear videos like this one. It was his power transistor video.
Great stuff here.
Angel Kelley: how can I fix the Mazda 626 rack, it's licking all the oil????
Pedro Garcia: Where do i get the big tool you use to change the tie rod?
Nedu Nonny P: This Video makes this Job look so easy, but its actually not, Since the
Clamp On the Inside is Not Reusable, What did You Use then?. :?
Rick D: The jam nut on my tie rod won't move even with a torch
BestBuildPC Power of imagination: This is the tool u must use and you will never damage the rubber if you do
it properly. http://www.datona.nl/fuseekogeltrekker.html
hcracer1985: And it's that easy! I changed my inner and outer tie rods on both sides on
my Honda over the weekend and I also used that hammer method, always do.
Best way I think when trying not to damage the ball joints.
Adam Valdes: What torque does the inner tie rod and ball joint nut get tightened to?
amyoosme: Wait, what? Zip tie? What?
Dawit Zekarias: Thanks thanks .
Malsha Motors: thank for a good video on the project i am malsha motor
John Smith: I didn't even know such a tool existed. Thank you.
Sidi Mohamed Moktar: thanks so much it is a great lesson it is help me to fix my car.
aode06: For you guys about the zip tie comments, you need to go to the hardware
store and check out the new zip ties in the electrical section. There are
steel and plastic zip ties stronger and more powerful than the original zip
tie ! By the way, the rear zip tie does not keep the boot on, the front
clamp does, so the rear zip tie is fine even its is a cheap one lol.
Anthony Dombrigues: thank for a good video on the project . :) .
Rosalina1971: When the inner tie is installed is there a tork requirement or just turn
until it is tight?
Ahya728: I AM SO THANKFUL I FOUND THIS CHANNEL. Man, I have Differential and under
chassis problems. I AM SO DAMN THANKFUL!
Josue Nieves: Best video explaining how to change inner tie rod in all of YouTube!
Kin Wu: Very good seem so easy
44crunchtime: Great video
abnebelsick: Thank you for this. My car needs new tie rods and I was going to tackle it
with my brother, but I think for the money (and because of lack of tools on
our part), it's worth just having it professionally done.
Both your tie-rod end videos were very helpful!
Dungeons Dragons: great video!!!!!!!!!
Turco949: All was well till I heard the zip tie...lol.
Omar Madinah: Where are you ... my Friend ?? ...
mashtones: You didn't show how you got the boot to go back on the vent tube. The vent
tube has just enough play to make it very difficult to push the boot back
onto it. Somehow the weird little tricky parts always seem to take place
during the edits. Overall very informative and clear
1233chonito12: @newshockerguy you don't let the PS reservoir go empty if not you will get
air in the lines while your bleeding it.
Urias Carrera: I need to Now the name Of the tool u using
Bill Waggoner: dude ur a hack jjob, u have no bsns touching a wrench
Bellathebear: Thank you, easy enough.
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