If you have any of the following your ball joints or tie rods may need to be replaced.

-A popping sound as you turn your wheel

-Abnormal or uneven tire wear

-Shaking in the steering wheel

1 Comment on Car Tip – Do your Ball Joints or Tie Rods Need Replacing?

  1. Chris Huck says:

    i had an oil change last week and the showed my tie rod ends need replacing. it is 2003 Chrysler Pacifica can i get a quote to replace with an alignment..

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