Inner Tie Rod End
The inner tie rod end is the central link that binds the outer tie rod to the steering gear. They allow your wheels to move in steady, controlled movements. They play a large role in your wheel alignment and help to provide you a smooth ride.
Signs of a bad inner tie rod end
- Steering wheel off center
- Pulling to one side
- Uneven tire wear
Inner tie rod end maintenance
It is crucial to get your vehicle serviced as soon as you notice any of the above issues as some of these issues pose safety risks. You may also be recommended a wheel alignment after the inner tie rod ends are replaced – this is necessary as the alignment settings have have changed after the inner tie rod ends are swapped out.
The best way to get maintenance on your inner tie rod ends is to book your service through CarAdvise. CarAdvise makes booking an appointment simple and guarantees that you will pay a lower price than the shop price!