The Basics Behind Tie Rod & Outer Tie Rod Replacement Services at Advanced Auto Care

Regardless of your vehicle’s sort of steering system, you use internal and external tie rods. As an essential part of the steering and suspension system of your vehicle, tie rods serve as the link between the steering system of your vehicle and the steering arm which is attached to the steering wheel. The steering arm pushes the front wheels through the steering mechanism, as you turn the steering wheel. Both the inner and outer tie rods attach to the steering arm to drive the vehicle’s wheels. The internal tie rods attach to the steering rack while the outer tie rods attach to the steering arms in the traditional rack-and-pinion steering system.

Why Should You Have Tie Rod & Outer Tie Rod Replacement Services Performed at Advanced Auto Care?

Difficult, noisy, and sudden steering are signs that you may need to change your tie rods – inside, outside, or both. One sign that the tie rods may be loose is the extreme and uneven wear of the tires. One warning involves banging and clunking sounds coming from the front of the car. Steering that pulls or fails to return to the center are often signs that a member of our service team will test your inner and outer tie rods and probably remove them. Wheels that are out of balance may be signs of poor internal or external tie rods. Many symptoms of poor tie rods include clicking or grinding noise under the front wheels. If you encounter any warning signs of a defective tie rod, send us a call or email us online, and allow our service staff to decide if your steering system needs replacement of tie rods.

We proudly service the Inner Tie Rod & Outer Tie Rod Replacement needs of customers in Hanover, MD, Columbia, MD, Severn, MD, and surrounding areas.

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