James Kroeger: Thanks for keeping it real. too many videos don't point out that a simple job isn't always simple.
Bryan Bowling: to the point and accurate.
hoplophobiadoc: This is much better than any "Reality Show" on TV. Acting and dialogue are all real.
cocko grandé: yeah don't hesitate to use the heat, unless of course you're near the fuel lines! great vid, man i subscribed.
Jeremiah Johnson: Thanks for the video. It helped me out.
mozzmann: Hey this might seem a bit forward but why do you not put the tierod back in the steering arm hole and crack it free even if you need to turn it all the way of it is supported allowing you to get more purchase with the Rod adjustment tool. They can be bloody stubborn though I just replaced mine and they were M'Fn' tight let me tell you. Jesus I've never had them that tight though. That is a direct result of Chrysler's habit of assembling things dry :( not good in this situation !!
THE TRUSTED MECHANIC: LOL losen the nut on the tie rod before you take the castle nut and tie rod out... much easier...
u c coskun: you did not press on tie rod end with a leverage like you did in your previous video. ;)
Nick Noneya: Why don't you all just mind your business! The only person he will hurt is himself and that is called freedom of choice. "Why don't you get on your horse and ride all the way back to San Francisco"
JustAnAverageBrad: doesnt seem to matter how many times you put a new tube of grease in...everytime you need it its empty
dirtdevil3703: Two things this guy should have jack stand instead of jack, and safety glasses too,good video otherwise.
Mike C: Awesome! Thanks for the info...
Big Ed Mustafa: Great video, very informative!
jw200: I wish i had a air tools. I would buy some, but i think it wouldn't be very useful, for one time job / jobs.
MechVids: A good point. People should take safety into their own hands. While this mechanic does not wear safety glasses, I would urge all who are concerned with their safety to do so. So far luck has been on his side (ether that or he closes his eyelids really fast!)
johnny79309: another mechanic without safety glasses ..................... soon a blind mechanic
Eric Smith: the red wrench moves the entire tie rod so you can get the exact length on the tie rod end then turn it so it goes back on.
prairiemom3: Straightforward and clear, this is a good example of a how-to video. The only flaw was the special wrench used on the tie rod--I couldn't see how it worked or why it was needed. Good stuff anyway.
Jim Hanson: This guy is cool. He saved me a ton of money and all I had was pipe wrenches. Who ever you are, thank you very much. Love and Gratitude, Jim.
Tie Rod End removal & replacement (Dodge Caravan 96-07 Chrysler Town and Country)5
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