Dodge Caliber Tie Rod End

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      Dodge Caliber Tie Rod End

      Offering a good amount of headroom and legroom in the interior of the vehicle, your Dodge Caliber is also noteworthy for a long list of amenities and versatility provided for the price. Invest in the steering capabilities of your reliable ride by buying a new Dodge Caliber tie rod end from AutoZone.

      Caliber tie rod ends are crucial for securing your vehicle’s steering arm to your steering rack. The arm is then attached to your wheel. If you’ve noticed your tires are toe-ing out, or pointing away from one another when you’re driving in a straight line, this is a sign of worn-out or ruined tie rod ends. AutoZone has the tie rod end replacement for Dodge Caliber that’s specifically designed for your make and model., plus trustworthy advice provided by our helpful staff to help you find the perfect part. Score additional benefits like free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing during your next in-store visit.

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      Duralast Tie Rod End # ES80645

      Bill

      in 3 months

      This part was an exact fit replacement for the OEM. Installation was straight forward. I gave it only a 4 star rating because the Auto Zone website states it comes with the boot, but it didn't. Not a big problem because the original boot was still reusable. I'm chasing a clunking in the steering and was sure this was the problem, but it wasn't so on to another solution. The original part was worn so it wouldn't be long before it would need replacing.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Dodge Caliber SXT

      This part was an exact fit replacement for the OEM. Installation was straight forward. I gave it only a 4 star rating because the Auto Zone website states it comes with the boot, but it didn't. Not a big problem because the original boot was still reusable. I'm chasing a clunking in the steering and was sure this was the problem, but it wasn't so on to another solution. The original part was worn so it wouldn't be long before it would need replacing.

      What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2010 Dodge Caliber SXT