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Your 1996 Mercury Villager might be the best vehicle you’ve ever owned. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Center Tie Rod End product you desperately need.
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Perfect for better than original design.
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Exact fit as described in purchase order on website. I'd recommend to purchase a new boot yo go along with the replacement while in this deep of repair and for preventative maintenance.
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Nice, sturdy part. Feels solid and looks durable. Easy to fit since it has the same length and end dimensions for my Nissan Quest (same part for both driver and passenger). I changed the driver side 6 mths ago with the same part number and I know it is quite easy to install. It has been problem free since. When I got the part for the passenger part I noticed they had changed the cotter pin/castle nut to a lock nut with a blue insert. I tightened it but felt it was not holding so I had to add treadlock just in case. I removed it and cleaned out any grit/grease before applying the blue threadlocker (I happen to have some since I expect to use threadlocker for the inner tie rod nut). Looks like it will hold. Check the part when you get it to see it uses a cotter pin and castle nut, avoid it if you find a lock nut instead.
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