NOTE: Do not allow dust, dirt, or other foreign materials to enter the steering gearbox.
Remove the steering gearbox.
Remove both tie-rod ends from the rack ends.
Remove the boot bands (A) and tie-rod clips (B). Pull the boot away from the ends of the steering gearbox. Repeat this step for the other side.
Hold the gearbox housing using a C-clamp (A) and wooden blocks (B) to a workbench as shown. Do not clamp the cylinder part of the gearbox housing in a vise.
Unbend the lock washer (A).
Unscrew both rack ends (A) with a wrench. Be careful not to damage the rack shaft surface with the wrench. Remove the rack end, the lock washer (B), the spacer (C), and the rubber stop (D).
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