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Ford Aerostar XL

On a 1990 model if you are replacing the passenger front outer tie rod should the inner one be replaced at the same time?

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2008-04-09 22:17:55
2008-04-09 22:17:55

It is not completely necessary but it would make most sense to change both. They are probably the same age, if one goes the other one might soon later.

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