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Replace a Spare part Tie rod – a defective one or if the limit of use has been already reached. Find out useful information about Tie rod

Faults of tie rod

  • deformation of the joints;
  • mechanical damage;
  • backlash in the connection;
  • wear of the part;
  • cracks or corrosion of the part;
  • broken joints.

Symptoms of the tie rod faults

  • lack of response to the movement of the steering wheel;
  • vehicle roll when cornering or braking;
  • minor bumps in the steering;
  • knocks and noise in the steering;
  • deformation of the joint shell;
  • creaks when braking, acceleration and when driving on poor quality roads;
  • difficulties in retaining the selected angle of the wheels rotation without wheel hopping.

Causes of tie rod faults

  • wear of pin boots that leads to the ingress of moisture and dirt into the coupling parts;
  • systematic exploitation of the vehicle on a low quality road surface;
  • violation of the wheels toe-in original size;
  • driving style.

Repair and replacement of the tie rod

When repairing the steering system, boots and bent ends that cannot be repaired must be replaced.

For the part replacement:

  • set the parking brake and put supports under the rear wheels, then lift the car with a jack;
  • unscrew the steering rod nut, removing its lock pin;
  • extract the tie rod end ball joint pivot pin from a track arm;
  • unbend the ends of the locking plate;
  • remove the tie rod and replace with a new one;
  • make all these steps in reverse order.

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