Re: Loose Tie Rods 98 Crown Vic
Mileage is 107,000 miles. I guess worn tie rods are expected at this
point in mileage.
On Sun, 10 Apr 2005 01:33:25 GMT, hurricane 575 @ihotmail.com wrote:
>On Sat, 09 Apr 2005 21:39:25 GMT, msterspy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Hi All: I finally took your advice and jacked up my car and wiggled
>>the wheels. I'm not pleased with what I found. The passanger side tie
>>rod is extremely loose, in fact I'm not sure its safe to drive to the
>>repair shop. Can this thing actually break?
>>Also, the driver side tie rod is not quite as loose, but the lower
>>ball joint is loose.
>>All in all, I will have new ball joints and tie rods installed (and
>>front end alingment) this week (ASAP)
>>Anyone hazzard a guess about how much it will cost?
>>I'm guessing between $400 -$ 500; maybe more if they find other worn
>>parts. I will also insist on suspension parts with greese fittings.
>btw tell us the milage