Important!
This replacement procedure can be used for:
FORD MONDEO III Saloon (B4Y) 1.8 16V, FORD MONDEO III (B5Y) 1.8 16V, FORD MONDEO III Estate (BWY) 1.8 16V

The steps may slightly vary depending on the car design.

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Replacement: track rod end – Ford Mondeo BWY. List of the tools you'll need:
Replacement: track rod end – Ford Mondeo BWY. List of the tools you'll need:
Wire brush
WD-40 spray
Brake cleaner
Copper grease
Combination spanner #24
Drive socket # 15
Wheel impact socket #19
Ratchet wrench
Torque wrench
Vernier caliper
Ball joint puller
Wheel chock
All the parts you need to replace – Track Rod End for MONDEO III Estate (BWY) and other FORD models
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Repair Kit, tie rod
How to change Repair Kit, tie rod on FORD MONDEO III Saloon (B4Y) 1.8 16V – tips for proper car maintenance
FORD MONDEO III Saloon (B4Y) 1.8 16V
Simple DIY car repair steps – Replacing Repair Kit, tie rod on FORD MONDEO III (B5Y) 1.8 16V
FORD MONDEO III (B5Y) 1.8 16V
Easy tricks to help you to replace Repair Kit, tie rod on FORD MONDEO III Estate (BWY) 1.8 16V
FORD MONDEO III Estate (BWY) 1.8 16V
How to change Rod Assembly on Ford Mondeo bwy 2.0 16V – step-by-step instructions for straightforward car repair
Rod Assembly
How to change Rod Assembly on FORD MONDEO III Saloon (B4Y) 1.8 16V – tips for proper car maintenance
FORD MONDEO III Saloon (B4Y) 1.8 16V
Simple DIY car repair steps – Replacing Rod Assembly on FORD MONDEO III (B5Y) 1.8 16V
FORD MONDEO III (B5Y) 1.8 16V
Easy tricks to help you to replace Rod Assembly on FORD MONDEO III Estate (BWY) 1.8 16V
FORD MONDEO III Estate (BWY) 1.8 16V
How to change Tie Rod End on Ford Mondeo bwy 2.0 16V – step-by-step instructions for straightforward car repair
Tie Rod End
How to change Tie Rod End on FORD MONDEO III Saloon (B4Y) 1.8 16V – tips for proper car maintenance
FORD MONDEO III Saloon (B4Y) 1.8 16V
Simple DIY car repair steps – Replacing Tie Rod End on FORD MONDEO III (B5Y) 1.8 16V
FORD MONDEO III (B5Y) 1.8 16V
Easy tricks to help you to replace Tie Rod End on FORD MONDEO III Estate (BWY) 1.8 16V
FORD MONDEO III Estate (BWY) 1.8 16V
Replacement: track rod end – Ford Mondeo BWY. AUTODOC experts recommend:
  • Replace tie rod ends in pairs.
  • The replacement procedure is identical for the right and left tie rod ends.
  • Please note: all work on the car – Ford Mondeo BWY – should be done with the engine switched off.
Carry out replacement in the following order:
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