I was going to do a writeup on it but didn't. I thougth someone else did.
After you get the car jack up and the tire removed and everything is safe and secure.
Measure the approximate distance from the inner threads to the outer tie rod.
This will get the toe in close enough to get you to the alignment shop
Take the cotter pin holding the outer tie rod nut off, break the nut loose, use the puller to break it free or tap it on the side to break it free and break the lock nut loose ,unthread the outer tie rod.
Then you break the boot clamp off and pull the boot off.
Then put the "pipe" thing on and tightend down the nut.
Ratchet it off and you are done.
10 minutes 15 if you are unsure and taking your time.
Use locktite on the new one and grease it up good. and reverse the procedure.
The boots have vent plumbing that connects to each other and equalizes pressure as you turn it left and right.
Air goes in one boot as it expands while it leaves the other boot as it contracts.
Make sure you get that back on and sealed good to keep the thing dry.
I think that is about it.
PM me if you need some more pics.
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