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Old 01 May 2010, 10:46 pm
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Default the inner tie rod on the driver's side leaks and it has play.. do i need new rack or just

the tie rod? my car is n Acura Legend
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Old 01 May 2010, 11:01 pm
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well if it was happening to both sides then it probably would be the rack n pinion sounds like to me that u might wanna go ahead and replace the tie rod and then have the car alligned (allignment).
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Old 01 May 2010, 11:16 pm
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Loosen the wheel/tire lugs with a lug wrench on the side of the car with the bad inner tie-rod end. Mount the tire over the wheel/hub assembly and install the wheel lugs and lower the vehicle and finish tightening the wheel lugs.































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