you should be able to replace just the inner tie rod ends without replaceing the whole rack and pinion.AnswerIf the bushing has not gone away totally and you have not "wallered" out metal, a "moog" repair kit with bushings and sleeves should do the job. About $15.00
Be sure and ck the "outer" ends very carefully.
At this time it would be good to ck the stabilizer bar link bushings also.
Yes, but only by replacing the entire mount assembly.
No, the entire assembly needs to be replaced.
Dodge doesn't sell the bushings separately, so the entire assembly needs replaced unless you can find them in the aftermarket.Dodge doesn't sell the bushings separately, so the entire assembly needs replaced unless you can find them in the aftermarket.
Try a glass shop
There could be a switch that has gone bad in the headlight. The entire assembly will more then likely need to be replaced.
The fuel filter is part of the fuel pump assembly, located in the gas tank. The whole assembly must be replaced together. You may remove and clean the entire assembly, but the pumps seem to have a life of about 120k miles.
Selenium rectifiers, with their metal fins and long lived application in battery chargers and in tube type television sets are not intended to be repaired. Once a rectifier plate becomes damaged or it is burnt (unmistakable stink), the entire assembly should be replaced.
The climate control module is part of the control assembly. The entire assembly has to be replaced as one unit for the 1990 models.
The tension spring is broken, and the entire assembly must be replaced.
Open the hood and you will find 2 bolts to remove the entire headlight assembly. You can then replace the bulb.
The best way is to replaced the entire rack assembly.
Roofs and windows get resurfaced and replaced. Damaged parts of buildings and entire buildings are rebuild based on standard construction and repair methods.