Steering Tie Rod End
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Driveworks Steering Tie Rod End

Part No. DW-ES3359R Warranty Details  
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Driveworks chassis parts help to eliminate front-end vibration, shimmy and unsafe handling. Driveworks chassis parts meet OE specifications, help ensure improved steering response and reduce tire wear.

Product Features:
  • Forged housing from specific materials provides strength and durability to prevent breakage
  • Coated technology provides a smooth and durable surface to prevent corrosion and rust
  • Premium Polychloroprene rubber boots are fitted with grease relief valves to prevent contamination
  • A slotted nut and cotter pin for a more secure installation
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Hardware Included:No
Tie Rod End Bar Size:M14*1.5 mm
Wheel Drive:Four-Wheel Drive

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  • Q:

    What year and model vehicle does this part fix?
    Asked on 2/3/2017 by Ryan from Bethpage, Tn

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      Hi Ryan, happy to assist you! This Driveworks Steering Tie Rod End (Part No. DW-ES3359R) will fit for 1999 - 2002 Chrysler Sebring, 1999 Dodge Stratus, 1999 Plymouth Breeze and some other models. To check the exact fit application for the part number DW-ES3359R, please provide us with the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle.

      Answered on 2/4/2017 by Solomon from AAP
  • Q:

    How do I remove the old part off and put the new one on?
    Asked on 7/24/2010 by hardcore kid from Minford, OH

    1 answer



      Remove the cotter pin and take off the king nut. The tie rod should come out of the steering knuckle. Once out, simply unscrew the inner tie rod from the outer tie rod and replace with the new one. Put everything back together just like you took it off. Be sure that before you remove the outer tie rod from he inner tie rod, mark on the threads where it stopped so that you do not go too far in or not far enough in that could set off your alignment. An alignment may still be necessary after this repair.

      Answered on 7/26/2010 by Mike from AAP
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