Inner Tie Rod ends on 1999 Nissan Altima

What is an estimated repair bill on inner tie rod ends?

by in Middletown, DE on August 23, 2009
2 answers
ANSWER by on September 08, 2009
The labor time is 1.9 hours and two tie rods will run about $50 to $70 each depending on the brand you choose
ANSWER by on February 04, 2011
I have a 2000 Altima, I just got an estimate from Nissan in Falls church, VA - Tie rod ends are going to cost me $535.00 at the dealer. I have a non-dealer mechanic who could probably do it for $300. If I do it myself, the rod ends can be bought for $60-$70 each and my own sweat. then get it aligned at a tire shop for about $40, so maybe do it myself for a total of $180.
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