VIDEO: Tie Rod Replacement After Curb Strike

VIDEO: Tie Rod Replacement After Curb Strike

Andrew Markel explains the importance of replacing a bent tie rod with an OE quality replacement part.

Andrew Markel explains the importance of replacing a bent tie rod with an OE quality replacement part. Sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.

Video courtesy ImportCar.

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