How to Replace Front Inner Tie Rods 97-03 Ford F-150

How to Replace Front Inner Tie Rods 97-03 Ford F-150

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1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace loose and worn tie rods. This video is applicable to the 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03 Ford F-150

🔧 List of tools used:
• Complete Metric Wrench Set
• Complete Metric Socket Set
• Blowtorch
• 3/8 Inch Breaker Bar
• Torque Wrench
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands

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GR says:

If there is a vibration/slight wobble in steering wheel felt after hitting a bump on the highway….
Is it usually a loose inner or outer tie rod ?
Which of the two(inner or outer) tie rod "tightens" up steering ?

jacob thomas says:

Instead of beating it apart you could've jerk the steering wheel it helps wiggle the two rods apart or try jacking the tire instead of having all the weight off of the tire

Josh Hoops says:

I have the inner tie rod bolt stuck in the center link I had to cut the tie rod end off … do you have any idea how to drill though that bolt

Olena Erhardt says:

I would clean it first and then proceed with the work, a lot of grease everywhere.

michael anderson says:

Hi I have a 97 Ford F150 and I was doing the inner tie rod on my front I did manage to get the tie rod end out of the holding bar but then I had a hard time getting the jam nut off of the tie rod in the old tie rod end I had to put it in a vise and then I could not get the Jam nut to go onto the new tie rod end I'm thinking that I could get a screw from the hardware screw might be metric give me a comment if you can, and I have yet to see if the new tie rod end will fit in the sleeve give me a comment back if you can thanks

michael anderson says:

Did you leave off the boot

Lorenzo Palacios says:

Will a bad tie rod cause shaking while driving

Eric Berry says:

Is this the same for 02 crown Vic

Kyle Powell says:

Do u have to do both sides or just the side that is damaged?

pnolans says:

Is that adjustable wrench SAE or metric? heheheheeh

Matthias Lane says:

Nice to see someone else believes in Kenda. Those Klever M/T's are great! And a great price!

ThaHandyman1212 says:

What type of grease is used to put in tie rod with zerk fitting?

Groovemaster Odin says:

Do you guys have a videio or could you do one for the 04-08s? Thanks so much you're vids have helped me out alot

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