Important!
This replacement procedure can be used for:
RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.2 16V, RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.2 16V (BB05, BB0W, BB11, BB27, BB2T, BB2U, BB2V, CB05,..., RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.4 (B/CB0C, B/CB0S), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.6 (B/CB0D, BB00), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.6 16V (BB01, BB0H, BB0T, BB14, BB1D, BB1R, BB2KL, BB3G..., RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.9 D (B/CB0E, BB0J), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.6 Hi-Flex (CB0H), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.0 (CB06, CB2R, BB06, BB2R), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.0 Flex (CB32, CB3B, CB3V, CB3W, BB32, BB3B, BB3V,..., RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.6 (BB01, BB1J), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.6 16V, RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 2.0 16V Sport (CB0M), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.4 16V (B/CB0L), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.9 dTi (B/CB0U), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.4 16V (B/CB0P, BB13), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 3.0 V6 Sport (CB1A), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.5 dCi (B/CB07), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.5 dCi (B/CB08), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 3.0 V6 Sport (CB1H, CB1U, CB2S), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.5 dCi, RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 2.0 16V Sport, RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.6 Flex, RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.0, RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.0 (BB0Y, BB2Y, CB0Y, CB2Y), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.9 D (B/CB0J), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.2, RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.5 dCi (B/CB03), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.2 LPG (BB0A, CB0A), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.5 dCi (B/C2J), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.5 dCi (B/CB3M), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.5 dCi (BB3N, CB3N), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 2.0, RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.5 dCi, RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.2 LPG, RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.6 Authentique Hi-Flex (BB26, BB3E, CB26), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 2.0 16V (CB0M, CB1G), RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 1.6 View more

The steps may slightly vary depending on the car design.

How to change tie rod end / track rod end on RENAULT CLIO 2 (C65) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

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All the parts you need to replace – Track Rod End for CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) and other RENAULT models
Tools
Replacement: track rod end – Renault Clio 2. Tools you might need:
Wire brush
WD-40 spray
Brake cleaner
Copper grease
Drive socket # 17
Combination spanner #20
Combination spanner #22
Wheel impact socket #19
Ratchet wrench
Torque wrench
Vernier caliper
Hydraulic transmission jack
Wheel chock
Replacement: track rod end – Renault Clio 2. Tip from AUTODOC:
  • Replace tie rod ends in pairs.
  • The replacement procedure is identical for the right and left tie rod ends.
  • During the installation process, use only new bolts and nuts.
  • Please note: all work on the car – Renault Clio 2 – should be done with the engine switched off.
Carry out replacement in the following order:
  1. Step 1
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    Secure the wheels with chocks.
  2. Step 2
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    Loosen the wheel mounting bolts. Use wheel impact socket #19.
  3. Step 3
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    Raise the front of the car and secure on supports.
  4. Step 4
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    Unscrew the wheel bolts.
    AUTODOC recommends:
    Warning! To avoid injury, hold the wheel while unscrewing the fastening bolts. Renault Clio 2
  5. Step 5
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    Remove the wheel.
  6. Step 6
    How to replace Track Rod End on RENAULT CLIO II (BB0/1/2_, CB0/1/2_) 2003: download PDF manuals and video instructions
    Clean the fastener connecting the tie rod end to the steering knuckle. Use a wire brush. Use WD-40 spray.
  7. Step 7
    How hard is it to do yourself: Track Rod End replacement on Renault Clio 2 1.6 16V (BB01, BB0H, BB0T, BB14, BB1D, BB1R, BB2KL, BB3G... 2004 - download illustrated guide
    When deinstalling, mark or measure the precise position of the ball joint on the track rod, or count the number of turns in order to prevent misalignment afterward. Use a vernier caliper.
  8. Step 8
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    Loosen the lock nut securing the tie rod end to the tie rod. Use a combination spanner #20. Use a combination spanner #22.
  9. Step 9
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    Support the ball joint of the steering tie-rod end. Use a hydraulic transmission jack.
  10. Step 10
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    Unscrew the end fastening nut to the steering knuckle. Use a drive socket #17. Use a ratchet wrench.
  11. Step 11
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    Remove the hydraulic transmission jack.
    AUTODOC recommends:
    Replacement: track rod end – Renault Clio 2. Lower the transmission jack smoothly, without jerks, to avoid damaging components and mechanisms.
  12. Step 12
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    Disconnect the tie rod end from the steering knuckle.
  13. Step 13
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    Screw the end out of the tie rod.
  14. Step 14
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    Clean the mounting seats of the tie rod end. Use a wire brush. Use WD-40 spray.
  15. Step 15
    Treat the threaded part of the tie rod. Use copper grease.
    Step 16
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    Screw on a new tie rod end.
    Replacement: track rod end – Renault Clio 2. AUTODOC experts recommend:
    While installing the steering rod end remember to make the same number of turns or to leave the same length of thread showing as per your measurements.
  16. Step 17
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    Connect the tie rod end to the steering knuckle.
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