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Mazda CX-5 Service & Repair Manual: Tie Rod End Replacement

1. Remove the snap pin.


2. Loosen the tie-rod end locknut.

3. Detach the tie-rod end from the steering knuckle using the SST

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4. Remove the tie-rod end locknut.

5. Place alignment marks as shown in the figure for proper installation.


6. Remove the tie-rod end.


7. Align the alignment marks made before removing the tie-rod end, and then install a new tie-rod end to the tie rod.


8. Adjust dimension A shown in the figure to the standard, and assemble.


9. Install the tie-rod end to the steering knuckle.


10. Install a new snap pin.

11. After installation, inspect the front wheel alignment and adjust it if necessary..

Tie Rod End Inspection
1. Inspect the tie-rod end for damage and the boot for cracks. If there is any malfunction, replace the tie-rod end. 2. Inspect for excessive play. If there is any malfunction, ...

Tie Rod Inspection
1. Inspect for bending and damage. If there is any malfunction, replace the tie rod. 2. Inspect for excessive play. If there is any malfunction, replace the tie rod. 3. Swi ...

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