How to Replace Inner Tie Rods 07-11 Honda CRV

How to Replace Inner Tie Rods 07-11 Honda CRV

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, busted, bad, loose, or damaged tie rod. This video is applicable to the 07, 08, 09, 10, 11 Honda CR-V.

🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver
• 19mm Wrench
• 22mm Wrench
• 24mm Wrench
• 17mm Socket
• 19mm Socket
• Inner Tie Rod Removal Tool
• Slip-Joint Pliers
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Rust Penetrant
• Hammer

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Rommel Reyes says:

What is the mm size of the adaptor used in the removal tool?

Luis Chirinos says:

Excellent video

joepinehill says:

You videos are great, but you are not as competitive price wise to other online parts retailers.

Justin Suits says:

this is maybe the best auto repair tutorial video i've ever seen. So clean, great camera angles, great audio. All the steps were visible and she did a great job talking about each step clearly.

TechnicallySuperior says:

Is this possible without the inner tie rod tool, only with the hex on the rod or will it spin freely

momin khan says:

Thank you so much 1A Auto parts

momin khan says:

Please make 2008 honda civic video how to remove & Replace inner tie rod

Demetrios Papavramidis says:

Omg u forgot to tie the zip ties . Wtf

Dave Berry Real estate in Ottawa, ON says:

well done and well explained. Thanks says:

Using the pliers to lock in the inner tie rod was a great idea since it’s a tight spot. Thank you!

Paul Sum says:

Excellent video showing all the steps clearly.

Nery Gomez says:

Great video thank You

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