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How To Install Front Lower Control Arms and Outer Tie Rods 1998 Mazda 626 pretty much sums it up. The reason I’m replacing these parts on this car is because of some collision damage. In particular to the right front wheel.

Another shop assessed the damage and recommended these parts. My friend that owns the car brought it to me with the parts and the other shops recommendations.

I did have to fight a bit. Mostly with my torch. Something that I’m used to doing with Mazda’s of this vintage in the rust belt. I hope those extra tips help you with other repair jobs you might have to tackle at some point as the info will apply to many other situations.

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