Find the correct Track Rods & Ends for your vehicle
Track Rods & Ends
When you have your tyres changed, you'll probably be familiar with the process of having your tracking set as well. The tracking is controlled using track rods which are connected to the wheel and the steering rack, setting your wheel alignment and giving the driver optimal control.
If you think your wheel alignment might be out or you're starting to get less control from your car, you may want to replace the track ends.
Most track rod ends need greasing every 6,000 miles, although some are sealed units and don't weather quite as easily.
Problems with your track rods and track rod ends is one of the leading causes of tyre wear, so neglecting to get it sorted could lead to expensive tyre changes or illegal tread, resulting in points on your license. In short, it's always best to get it checked and replace them if needed.