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1998 Ford F150 Front Suspension Diagram
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PLEASE DO NOT BUY FROM THIS SELLER! They have terrible communication and my order took almost 5 weeks to arrive when it was supposed to take 2 or 3 days. Also, they sent me the wrong part for my car. It was Mother’s Day weekend and unfortunately we are now both orphans. I can’t BBQ a leg of lamb for my mother-in-law like I did for so many years with wonderful memories. So it was a busy weekend. On Saturday morning – as a retirement present – we purchased and installed retractable tow mirrors on our friend Cathy’s 2016 Nissan Frontier. She bought a small travel trailer and these were needed. I was quite happy with the quality and wish mirrors like this were available for our Ford Ranger. They are not.
The Cathy project finished and she was on her way at lunchtime so Saturday afternoon we did our 50 hour service on our Massey Ferguson tractor – fluid and filter change in the engine, front axle and transmission, rear axle and hydraulic system.
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Last Sunday we rebuilt the front suspension on our 2003 Ford Ranger 4×4. Symptoms that pointed to the need were clear wear patterns on the front tires, an occasional loud bang in the front when crawling in 4×4 and a clicking sound on the left side when crawling in 4×4. Inspection showed wear in the left lower ball joint and both tie rod ends were worn rubber boots. The truck has done 175,000 miles. The truck will be used. We will continue to use it, so it was worth it to us to do a rebuild. About 3 months ago, in response to growing front bearing noise, we replaced the bearing hubs on both sides. The clicking sound on the left side I attributed to the CV joint in that side’s axle shaft, so we replaced the axle shafts on both sides up front. The ball joints on the upper control arms are not replaceable – as when pressing in new ones. The entire steering arm with new bushings and ball joint is mounted. New lower control arms with ball joints and bushings are available, so we went that route as well.
I didn’t document every step because this was a pretty basic hack. This job would have been very difficult without a pneumatic 1/2″ impact wrench.
The brake caliper and rotor are removed and placed on a bucket so as not to adjust the brake line. The spindle assembly is placed on another bucket after loosening the ABS sensor cable clamps.
This truck has torsion bar suspension. Before disassembly, I measured the ride height in two places and also counted the number of turns to remove the adjuster bolt on each side. The torsion bar is still under tension after the adjustment bolts are removed. I used a double jaw puller to add tension to remove the adjuster key and then back off and release all tension to remove the torsion bars and end wrenches.
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I thought the torsion bars could be rusted and stuck at both ends – the lower control arm and the end wrench. I was lucky they came apart easily without brute force and three pounders. I clean off – pressure washer – the underside of the truck very often – desert trips and especially after driving in chain controls and road guidance. I think this practice really paid off with the relative ease of disassembly on this project.
Upper control arm removed. The brake and fuel lines were a bit fiddly on the left side to remove the camber bolts.
I did not photograph the lower control arms removed as we immediately installed the new ones. The axle shafts are only pulled out with care so as not to damage the oil seal on the axle housing. I measured the length of each tie rod before disassembly and adjusted the new ones to that length.
Here is new axle shaft, inner tie rod, tie rod shoe and left side lower control arm.
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Inner tie rods do not come with new boots. From what I found I think it is important to replace them. Replacing them was the hardest part of the job. It’s close in there and a vent line is connected to each so the pressure is equalized on both sides of the controller.
My 2003 shop manual emphasizes replacing the torsion bar adjuster bolts because they are treated with dry thread lock. I guess you never want these to come loose and fall off. I could only get these through Ford. The shocks are Bilstein, the same that came OE on the Level II Ranger 4×4 model. All other parts were Napa premium suspension parts. Napa
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