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Chevrolet Tie Rod End Replacement

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Chevrolet Tie Rod End Replacement

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What is a tie rod end?
Tie rod ends connect your steering rack to your struts or your wheel hub, and help adjust your steering wheel so that it's prefectly straight. This is done many times during an alignment.

How do I replace my tie rod end? Do you have a How To or DIY?
For your specific application, we recommend you ask in our car forum. Below we have a general overview of what it takes to replace your tie rod end, but please note, this varies from car to car, and requires specific torque specs. For this job, you can use standard tools, except for a puller, which you would need from a local auto parts store, called a "Tie Rod End Puller". Many local auto parts stores will let you borrow these tools so you don't need to pay for it.

Before you begin, we recommend for you to get all torque specs unique to your vehicle. We recommend a service manual to help you. Make sure your steering wheel is not locked before you begin. With the steering wheel unlocked, you will be able to turn the front wheels left or right to give you better access to the tie rod ends. Make sure you jack up your car and secure it with a good set of jack stands.

Remove the front wheels. start on the left side, or the driver side, and turn the steering wheel full right. This will give you easy access to the tie rod end. You will see that the tie rod end is threaded onto the steering rack. You will want to take a marker, or white out, and mark where the current tie rod end is located. This way, when you put the new part on, you will have a good idea of where it was, so it doesn't affect your alignment too much.

Make sure you use the tie rod end intended for the driver side. Depending on your application, these might be slightly different, and you want to make sure you are using the correct side. You will see on the old tie rod end, on top, there is a cotter pin, and a castellated nut. Remove the cotter pin, and if it gets damaged, get a new heavy duty cotter pin to replace it. Remove the nut. Once the tie rod end is not secured anymore, you will want to use the special tie rod puller to free it from the hub or strut. Unscrew the old tie rod end, making sure you marked the location of the old end. If your tie rod end requires grease fittings, now is the time to install it.

Install new rubber boots on the tie rod end, if they are not already installed. The tie rod ends we sell, usually come with everything pre-greased, with new tie rod end boots already installed, and new cotter pins and castellated nuts. Torque everything to factory spec. Do the same on the other side. We highly recommend an alignment after this job.

How can I tell if I need a new tie rod end?
Tie rod ends themselves typically don't go bad. What goes bad is the boot gets cracked or cut open, and the grease spills out. The boot fills with dirt, dust, and grime, and causes the moving parts to wear quickly. Some signs of a bad tie rod end would be front end shaking or vibration, and abnormal noise, especially when steering. After steering, if the vehicle doesn't return back to center aligned properly, has hard steering, wanders, or generally feels unstable, loose or has excessive steering wheel play, you probably need a new tie rod end.

Latest Chevrolet Tie Rod End Applications

97-99 Chevrolet Malibu LS V6 3.1 V6 3.1 First Equipment Quality Tie Rod End border= First Equipment Quality Tie Rod End
97-99 Chevrolet Malibu LS V6 3.1 V6 3.1 Female Thread Where IT
Connects to Rack, 2ND
Design, Inner Tie Rod End
87-88 Chevrolet Sprint ER L3 1.0 L3 1.0 CTR Tie Rod End border= CTR Tie Rod End
87-88 Chevrolet Sprint ER L3 1.0 L3 1.0 Outer Tie Rod End
93 -  Chevrolet Camaro Z28 LS1 V8 5.7 First Equipment Quality Tie Rod End border= First Equipment Quality Tie Rod End
93 - Chevrolet Camaro Z28 LS1 V8 5.7 Outer Tie Rod End
 - 03 Chevrolet Impala V6 3.8 V6 3.8 First Equipment Quality Tie Rod End border= First Equipment Quality Tie Rod End
- 03 Chevrolet Impala V6 3.8 V6 3.8 Inner Tie Rod End
00-05 Chevrolet Impala V6 3.4 V6 3.4 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
00-05 Chevrolet Impala V6 3.4 V6 3.4 Inner Tie Rod End
88-98 Chevrolet K15 P/up Reg V8 5.7 V8 5.7 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
88-98 Chevrolet K15 P/up Reg V8 5.7 V8 5.7 Outer Tie Rod End
90-94 Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 V6 3.1 V6 3.1 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
90-94 Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 V6 3.1 V6 3.1 Outer - Right Tie Rod End
 - 05 Chevrolet Cobalt SS L4 2.0 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
- 05 Chevrolet Cobalt SS L4 2.0 Outer Tie Rod End
88-98 Chevrolet C15 P/up Reg V8 5.7 V8 5.7 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
88-98 Chevrolet C15 P/up Reg V8 5.7 V8 5.7 Outer Tie Rod End
92-99 Chevrolet K15 Sub V8 5.7 V8 5.7 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
92-99 Chevrolet K15 Sub V8 5.7 V8 5.7 Outer Tie Rod End
 - 98 Chevrolet Cavalier LS L4 2.2 L4 2.2 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
- 98 Chevrolet Cavalier LS L4 2.2 L4 2.2 Inner Tie Rod End
85 -  Chevrolet G20 Sport Van V8 5.7 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
85 - Chevrolet G20 Sport Van V8 5.7 Outer Tie Rod End
85 -  Chevrolet Celebrity V6 2.8 V6 2.8 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
85 - Chevrolet Celebrity V6 2.8 V6 2.8 Outer Tie Rod End
99-07 Chevrolet Slv 15 LS 2W 4.8 V8 4.8 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
99-07 Chevrolet Slv 15 LS 2W 4.8 V8 4.8 Outer Tie Rod End
93-95 Chevrolet Camaro V6 3.4 V6 3.4 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
93-95 Chevrolet Camaro V6 3.4 V6 3.4 Inner Tie Rod End
94-97 Chevrolet C15 P/up Reg V8 6.5D V8 6.5D FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
94-97 Chevrolet C15 P/up Reg V8 6.5D V8 6.5D Outer Tie Rod End
90-90 Chevrolet Cavalier L4 2.2 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
90-90 Chevrolet Cavalier L4 2.2 Outer - Right Tie Rod End
02-04 Chevrolet Venture AWD V6 3.4 V6 3.4 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
02-04 Chevrolet Venture AWD V6 3.4 V6 3.4 Inner Tie Rod End
97-05 Chevrolet Venture FWD V6 3.4 V6 3.4 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
97-05 Chevrolet Venture FWD V6 3.4 V6 3.4 Inner Tie Rod End
90-94 Chevrolet Cavalier RS V6 3.1 V6 3.1 FEQ Tie Rod End border= FEQ Tie Rod End
90-94 Chevrolet Cavalier RS V6 3.1 V6 3.1 Outer - Right Tie Rod End


Some Chevrolet Tie Rod End Applications (View Full Catalog Above)

Chevrolet C15 P/up Reg V8 5.7 Chevrolet C15 P/up Reg V8 6.5D Chevrolet Camaro V6 3.4
Chevrolet Camaro Z28 LS1 Chevrolet Cavalier Chevrolet Cavalier LS L4 2.2
Chevrolet Cavalier RS V6 3.1 Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 V6 3.1 Chevrolet Celebrity V6 2.8
Chevrolet Cobalt SS Chevrolet G20 Sport Van Chevrolet Impala V6 3.4
Chevrolet Impala V6 3.8 Chevrolet K15 P/up Reg V8 5.7 Chevrolet K15 Sub V8 5.7
Chevrolet Malibu LS V6 3.1 Chevrolet Slv 15 LS 2W 4.8 Chevrolet Sprint ER L3 1.0
Chevrolet Venture AWD V6 3.4 Chevrolet Venture FWD V6 3.4

L3 1.0 L4 2.0 L4 2.2 V6 2.8 V6 3.1 V6 3.4 V6 3.8 V8 4.8
V8 5.7 V8 6.5D


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