What is a Tie Rod End?

What is a Tie Rod End?

What is a Tie Rod End? There are inner tie rods and outer tie rods. The outer tie rod connects to the steering knuckle which connects to the tire. The inner tie rod connects from the outer tie rod to the steering rack. When you make a turn the steering rack slides. Then the tie rods turn the steering knuckles that are attached to the tires in the right direction.
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What is a cv axle?

What is a cv axle?

When a cv axle goes bad you could hear a clicking noise when you make a hard turn. If the noise comes from the front it could be the front axles. The same applies to the rear. There's no preventive maintenance that can be performed to make axles last longer. They should be inspected at your oil change intervals to make sure nothing is torn or leaking. Axles do have to be replaced at some point and can seize up. Make sure your vehicle gets a digital inspection so you can see the axles. #cvaxle, #axle, #cvrepair #ryansservicenter
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Tire Leaks

Tire Leaks

Tire Leaks Sometimes its not the tire that is leaking air. There are a lot of other reasons. The valve stem could be leaking air. The rim could be corroded. There are even those odd times when the rim has a hole in it. If you're losing air make sure to have it looked at right away. Driving on a very low tire or flat tire will destroy the tire and will need to be replaced.
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What is a stabilizer link?

What is a stabilizer link?

What is a stabilizer link? A stabilizer link is one of the parts that make up the stabilizer bar/sway bar. The stabilizer bar consists of the bar, links, and bushings. The bar is shaped like a “u”. The bar is attached to the frame of the vehicle with links and bushes. What happens is this system lets the bar flex and in doing so keeps your vehicle on the ground. When you turn your vehicle it creates a force that may create a situation where the vehicle may go up on one side. This system helps to control that.
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