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Ford Ranger Outer Tie Rod Replacement Cost

The average cost for a Ford Ranger Tie Rod End Replacement - Outer is between $218 and $358. Labor costs are estimated between $158 and $200 while parts are priced between $60 and $158. Estimate does not include taxes and fees.

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Common Symptoms

Faulty tie rod ends can cause a Ford Ranger 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.

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.

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