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Old 05-14-2011, 02:07 PM
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Help Identifying This Part

I want to know what this part is called cause the boots ripped and I want to get it replaced.

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Re: Help Identifying This Part

Tie rod end
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Old 05-14-2011, 03:23 PM
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Tie rod end
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Re: Help Identifying This Part

if its not loose, re-grease and slip a new boot on
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Re: Help Identifying This Part

If you're talking about the boot that's closest to the engine, it's called the rack and pinion boot.
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If you're talking about the boot that's closest to the engine, it's called the rack and pinion boot.
Winner winner, chicken dinner. And if that's leaking, that's not good. Means your rack and pinion may be shot, and that sucker isn't cheap.
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Winner winner, chicken dinner. And if that's leaking, that's not good. Means your rack and pinion may be shot, and that sucker isn't cheap.
I had mine tear. Got to it in time to save my rack. Boot cost me $30 at AutoZone.
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Re: Help Identifying This Part

No it's the boot closest to the rotor. I just ordered one from AutoZone but it looks more square. Is that cause it's an aftermarket?

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Yep, they're the same, I ordered both sides to be nice and even

The boot you speak of is the ball joint
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Re: Help Identifying This Part

So I'm guessing it would be a good idea to get both of them while I'm at it.
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Re: Help Identifying This Part

Couldn't hurt since you'll need a 4 wheel alignment anyway. L/R tie rod ends and L/R rack and pinion boots while you're in there. Shouldn't be over $100 for the parts and about $40 for the alignment when all done.
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