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Old 20 Aug 2011, 10:31 am
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Default I'm replacing the outer tie rod on a 91 civic and the inner tie rod keeps spinning?

The jam nuts loose, and the tie rod is out of the steering knuckle and I need to keep the inner tie rod from spinning to take off the outer tie rod. Any ideas?
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Old 20 Aug 2011, 11:01 am
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With the jamb nut loose, use a 14mm wrench to hold the inner tie rod while you turn the outer tie rod and remove it. Install the new outer tie rod and tighten the jamb nut. Take car and have it aligned.
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