this is a 2001 explorer sport on 2001 Ford Explorer

do you need a special tool to replace the inner tie rod

by in Warwick, NY on September 30, 2009
1 answer
ANSWER by on September 30, 2009
Yes you need a special tool sometimes a big monkey wrench does the trick
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