Anyone done this? Any special tools needed before we start? Is it worth paying someone else to do or something the average guy could do on his own at home? Thanks
It is a 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager with 141,000 miles on it, we just replaced a tie rod on the passenger side, thought that was the problem on the driver side, but we think it is the rack and pinion. Anyway to know for sure if that is the problem?