Front Steering Inner & Outer Tie Rod End Suspension For 1999-2006 Silverado 1500

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Product Specifics
UPC: Does not apply
Manufacturer Part Number: EC82440701
Placement on Vehicle: Front+Outer+Inner
Universal Fitment: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 10 Years
Features: Greasable
Items Included: Mounting Hardware
Custom Bundle: No
Type: Tie Rod Linkage
Interchange Part Number: ES3492T,EV370
OE/OEM Part Number: car tie rod end replacement
Superseded Part Number: inner and outer tie rod end,rods ends
Modified Item: No
Adjustable: Yes
Performance Part: No
Mounting Style: Bolt-On
Finish: Coated
Material: Alloy Steel
Tie-Rod End Replacement Guideline
If you feel a bump in the steering when driving over road bumps or curbs, this might be due to worn tie rod ends or inner tie rods. Clicking noises during sudden steering movements can also be symptoms of a defective tie rod. In order to determine the exact cause and replace the defective tie rod, the car must be elevated with a vehicle lift in order to be examined more closely.

This useful tip applies to the exchange of tie rod ends and inner tie rods, which together form the so-called tie rod.

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Note
(1).Please check the Compatible Fitment Chart above before payment making sure all the suspension parts listed on this page are compatible with your automobile.

(2).Although some parts have grease fittings, other parts are factory sealed, but do not affect the fit and quality of the parts.

(3).Please contact our customer services for targeted discount after all the items are received if you have reached any targeted discount thresholds, the terms of which is at the bottom of this page.

Any modifications to an item of any kind before contacting us will void any and all warranty coverage for this item. Please contact us before modifying the part so that we have the opportunity to correct the situation.

Cleanliness is extremely important when working on the power steering. Incorrect work and contamination can lead to leakage and, in the worst case, to failure of the steering assistance.

1.Lift the vehicle and dismount the front axle wheels.

2.Spray the fastening nut of the tie rod end with rust remover and leave it on for a few minutes.

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3.Dismount the front underride guard.

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4.Loosen the fastening nut from the tie rod and remove it completely.

5.Remove the tie rod end from the steering knuckle using an appropriate ball joint separator.

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6.Remove the clamp of the bellow on the steering gear.

7.Push the bellow towards the tie rod end.

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8.Unscrew the inner tie rod from the rack.

9.Clean the sealing face of the bellow at the steering gear.

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10.Clean the lug of the rubber contact surface of the ball joint in the steering knuckle.

Always use new self-locking nuts and bolts for a reliable repair.

11.Screw the new inner tie rod into the rack and tighten it with the tightening torque that has been specified by the vehicle manufacturer.

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12.Mount the bellow and close the clamps with the appropriate special tool.

Incorrect mounting of the bellow can lead to corrosion of the rack: the steering gear starts leaking which can lead to a failure in the steering assistance.

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13.Secure the ball joint in the steering knuckle and mount the nut. Please observe the tightening torque suggested by the vehicle manufacturer.

During mounting, the ball stud should not turn within the ball joint. This can cause damage inside the ball joint and can lead to early failure.

Tip:Secure the ball stud against twisting with a suitable tool.

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14.Mount the front underride guard.

15.Mount the front wheels and tighten them with the tightening torque recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.

16.Align the wheels and adjust them if necessary. Observe the vehicle manufacturer specifications.

17.Perform a test drive.

When performing the test drive, pay special attention to the handling while cornering and listen for possible noise emission.

Frequently Asked Questions
(1).What are the symptoms of a bad sway bar?

Some of the common symptoms of a bad sway bar bushing or sway bar links going bad are: clunking noise, rattling noise, knocking uneven noise road, lack of stability when driving and noise going over speed bumps. poor handling during turns.

(2).What happens when a sway bar breaks?

Because a sway bar helps the car's suspension to put more pressure on loaded springs, a broken sway bar means that the car's suspension will not be able to handle corners as well or as quickly. While it is possible to drive with a broken sway bar, as a precaution do not take corners with excessive speeds.

Package Includes
1x Front Outer Tie Rod End -ES3492T

1x Front Inner Tie Rod End -EV370