Last time I did this job was on my Chrysler I no longer have. I recall using vice grips and a large crescent wrench to get the end 'locking' nut loose so I could twist the tie rod end off the shaft. You will need to also count how many threads are exposed in order to make sure you get the new one on correctly in order to avoid needed an alignment done. And some PB Blaster.
Plan on fighting to break things loose if its been a long time.