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Problems with Tie Rods

(1997 Dodge Intrepid)
in Algonquin, IL on October 05, 2009
I had the tie rods replaced on my car in April, 2008, because I had a knocking in the front end of my car and the steering wheel was shaking. I am again having the same problems, so obviously the tie rods need to be replaced again. Is this a recurring problem with the 1997 Dodge Intrepid or was it not fixed correctly the first time? Any help anyone can give me would be appreciated. Thanks
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on November 12, 2010
There are 2 tie rods on your car, where both replaced the last time? They do have a rubber groment on the inside end that deteriate and cause slack and shake.
If oil or fluid is getting on them the rubber won't last long.

Steve
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