You will need wrenches "16", "19", "21", TORX 130, wheel bolt wrench, ball joint extractor.

It is more convenient to work on a lift. You can also perform it on a car mounted on supports.

Replacing the tip is shown on the example of the left side link, replace the right tip in the same way.

The thread of the left, the tip is right-handed, and the right tip is left-handed.

Lift and support the front of the vehicle on the side of the tip to be replaced.

Remove the wheel.

Slow down the car with the parking brake and install wheel chocks (“boots”) under the rear wheels.

If fasteners are heavily soiled, clean them with a wire brush and treat with a light penetrating lubricant such as WD-40.

Replacing Renault Logan Outer Tie Rod End

Remove the nut securing the pivot pin to the knuckle arm while holding the pin from turning.

Replacing Renault Logan Outer Tie Rod End

Install the ball joint puller and press the pin out of the pivot arm boss.

In the absence of a puller, the ball joint pin can be knocked out with sharp hammer blows on the end face of the pivot arm boss, striking along the axis of the lever.

Replacing Renault Logan Outer Tie Rod End

Remove your pin from the pivot arm boss.

Replacing Renault Logan Outer Tie Rod End

Loosen the tie rod end locknut.

Replacing Renault Logan Outer Tie Rod End

Mark the position of the tie rod end so that when installing a new end, the toe-in will be as close as possible

Replacing Renault Logan Outer Tie Rod End

Unscrew the tip, counting the number of turns, so that when installing a new tip, if possible, the toe-in does not change.

If necessary, hold the flats (shown by the arrow) from turning with a wrench.

Install the new tip in the reverse order of removal; by screwing it onto the steering rod by the number of revolutions calculated during removal (the tip must be screwed up to the marked mark).

Tightening torque for locknut 50 Nm (5.0 kgm), tie-rod end ball joint stud nut 37 Nm (3.7 kgm).

Check and, if necessary, adjust the wheel alignment at the maintenance station.

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