Important!
This replacement procedure can be used for:
RENAULT TWINGO I (C06_) 1.2 (C067), RENAULT TWINGO I Box (S06_) 1.2 (S066, S068)

The steps may slightly vary depending on the car design.

How to change tie rod end / track rod end on RENAULT TWINGO 1 (C06) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

Replacement: track rod end – Renault Twingo C06. Tools you need:
Replacement: track rod end – Renault Twingo C06. Tools you need:
Wire brush
WD-40 spray
Brake cleaner
Copper grease
Combination spanner #13
Combination spanner #21
Combination spanner #22
Drive socket # 13
Drive socket # 17
Drive socket # 18
Wheel impact socket #17
Ratchet wrench
Torque wrench
Vernier caliper
Ball joint puller
Wheel chock
All the parts you need to replace – Track Rod End for TWINGO I (C06_) and other RENAULT models
How to change Repair Kit, tie rod on Twingo c06 1.2 – step-by-step instructions for straightforward car repair
Repair Kit, tie rod
How to change Repair Kit, tie rod on RENAULT TWINGO I (C06_) 1.2 (C067) – tips for proper car maintenance
RENAULT TWINGO I (C06_) 1.2 (C067)
Simple DIY car repair steps – Replacing Repair Kit, tie rod on RENAULT TWINGO I Box (S06_) 1.2 (S066, S068)
RENAULT TWINGO I Box (S06_) 1.2 (S066, S068)
How to change Rod Assembly on Twingo c06 1.2 – step-by-step instructions for straightforward car repair
Rod Assembly
How to change Rod Assembly on RENAULT TWINGO I (C06_) 1.2 (C067) – tips for proper car maintenance
RENAULT TWINGO I (C06_) 1.2 (C067)
Simple DIY car repair steps – Replacing Rod Assembly on RENAULT TWINGO I Box (S06_) 1.2 (S066, S068)
RENAULT TWINGO I Box (S06_) 1.2 (S066, S068)
How to change Tie Rod End on Twingo c06 1.2 – step-by-step instructions for straightforward car repair
Tie Rod End
How to change Tie Rod End on RENAULT TWINGO I (C06_) 1.2 (C067) – tips for proper car maintenance
RENAULT TWINGO I (C06_) 1.2 (C067)
Simple DIY car repair steps – Replacing Tie Rod End on RENAULT TWINGO I Box (S06_) 1.2 (S066, S068)
RENAULT TWINGO I Box (S06_) 1.2 (S066, S068)
Replacement: track rod end – Renault Twingo C06. AUTODOC experts recommend:
  • 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 Twingo C06 – should be done with the engine switched off.
Carry out replacement in the following order:
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