About Hyundai Tie Rod End
Your Hyundai tie rod ends work tirelessly with the ball joints and steering linkage so that your steering input to your steering wheel is consistently responsive. A tie rod has inner and outer ends, and each achieves a distinct task. The inner tie rod end operates as a fulcrum for your steering gear, and the outer end attaches to the steering knuckle in order to move the front wheels when needed. When your rod ends are actively functioning, anytime you go to move your steering wheel while driving on the roadway it will react appropriately without any slop or lag.
If you start to observe unusual tire wear or begin to have lackluster steering feedback, your tie rods may be faulty. Checking for a worn out tie rod is simpler than you would expect. In order to check the inner tie rod, grab it and try to move it front to back, and for the outer rod move it up and down instead. Neither of the tie rod ends should have any type of excessive play. It's always a smart move to replace your ball joints as well if you ever find that the tie rod ends are shot.
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