How to replace track rod end on SUZUKI SWIFT 3 [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

How to replace track rod end on SUZUKI SWIFT 3 [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

How to replace track rod end / tie rod end on SUZUKI SWIFT 3 (MZ, EZ) Hatchback 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

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00:23 — Use a combination spanner No.19. Loosen the lock nut securing the tie rod end to the tie rod.
00:34 — Use a drive socket No.17. Loosen the lock nut securing the tie rod end to the tie rod.
00:44 — Use a ball joint remover. Using a special tool push the steering rod end out of the steering knuckle.
00:55 — Screw the end out of the tie rod.
00:59 — Screw on a new tie rod end
01:03 — Place the end cone into the steering knuckle.
01:07 — Screw a new nut on the end stud and tighten it. Use a drive socket No.18. Use a Ratchet wrench.
01:20 — Tighten the clamp nut on a new tie rod end. Use a combination spanner No.19.

The tools you need to replace track rod end:
– combination spanner No. 19
– drive socket No. 17
– ball joint remover
– drive socket No. 18

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autodoc.co.uk says:

00:23 — Use a combination spanner No.19. Loosen the lock nut securing the tie rod end to the tie rod.

00:34 — Use a drive socket No.17. Loosen the lock nut securing the tie rod end to the tie rod.

00:44 — Use a ball joint remover. Using a special tool push the steering rod end out of the steering knuckle.

00:55 — Screw the end out of the tie rod.

00:59 — Screw on a new tie rod end

01:03 — Place the end cone into the steering knuckle.

01:07 — Screw a new nut on the end stud and tighten it. Use a drive socket No.18. Use a Ratchet wrench.

01:20 — Tighten the clamp nut on a new tie rod end. Use a combination spanner No.19.

The tools you need to replace track rod end:

– combination spanner No. 19

– drive socket No. 17

– ball joint remover

– drive socket No. 18

Zia Rehman says:

Very informative.

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