Tie-rod end may unexpectedly
pop-up when pressure is applied
with hydraulic jack. Keep hands
and face clear of tie-rod end.
Failure to comply may result in
severe injury to personnel.
Position hydraulic hand jack under tie-rod
Using hydraulic hand jack, press tie-rod
end (3) from steering arm (4).
Remove hydraulic jack from under tie-rod
Remove castle nut (2) from tie-rod end (3).
Repeat Steps (1) through (5) to remove
remaining tie-rod end.
Note location and position of
tie-rod ends prior to removal.
Both tie-rod ends are
removed the same way.
Remove locknut (1) and screw (2) from
clamp. Discard locknut.
Remove tie-rod end (3) from tie-rod (4).
Do not perform Steps (3) and (4)
if tie-rod end is lube for life.
These are permanently lubricated,
have no lube fitting, and dust
cover is part of tie-rod end.
Remove dust cover (5) from tie-rod end (3).
Perform Step (4) if grease fitting
Remove grease fitting (6) from tie-rod end (3).
Repeat Steps (1) through (4) for remaining tie-rod end (3).