In our case we did not have to grease the outer tie rod, if your outer tie rod end needs greasing you can use a grease gun to do so. also our outer tie rod did not have a cotter pin to remove, in case your does you will have to remove the pin before you are able to remove the nut from the bolt on the outer tie rod end.
In this video we used thread locker and grease on the inner tie rod, always verify with your cars and tie rod instructional manual if you have to do so with yours. we also used a hammer to remove the tension from the outer tie rod end, you can use a rubber mallet or a specialized outer tie rod removal tool to do so.
we also used the 20 dollar autozone inner tie rod removal tool because our inner tie rod has no edges to grip, but if yours does have flat sides you can use the other socket looking inner tie rod removal tool as well. always remember safety is the number one goal, always stay safe.
this video is made only for educational purposes. always contact your trained specialist.
Any questions place them in the comment section! thanks for watching
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