Inner Tie Rod Replacement Cost for Ford Explorer

Tie Rod End Replacement - Inner Estimate (National Average)

$244
to
$355*
Validated estimate range for national average.

The average cost for a Tie Rod End Replacement - Inner is between $244 and $355. Labor costs are estimated between $114 and $145 while parts are priced between $130 and $210. Get a personalized estimate based on your location and specific car. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.

Parts & Labor Breakdown
Labor: $114 - $145
Parts: $130 - $210
Estimate does not include taxes and fees.
Best Practices

We recommend a four-wheel alignment when tie rod ends are replaced. The new tie rod ends affect the vehicle's steering and handling, which will alter the wheel alignment.

Common Symptoms

Faulty tie rod ends can cause a Ford Explorer to pull to one side when driving or braking.

Faulty tie rod ends can cause uneven tire wear on the inside/outside edges.

Bad tie rod ends can produce a "knocking" sound from the wheels when turning them back and forth while parking.

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