|Car||Labour Cost||Parts Cost||Fiix Total Cost||Dealership Price|
|2000 Mercedes-Benz ML430||$110.00||$34.80||$144.80||$176.15|
|2013 Hyundai Elantra||$110.00||$47.46||$157.46||$191.54|
|2010 Dodge Journey||$137.50||$74.89||$212.39||$263.42|
|2004 Jeep Liberty||$82.50||$63.28||$145.78||$185.14|
|2006 Honda Civic||$165.00||$61.70||$226.70||$283.02|
|2010 Ford Escape||$110.00||$55.37||$165.37||$209.15|
|2006 Chrysler 300||$110.00||$71.19||$181.19||$219.05|
|2009 Ford Fusion||$110.00||$31.64||$141.64||$172.77|
|2008 Dodge Grand Caravan||$110.00||$47.46||$157.46||$203.31|
|2004 GMC Envoy||$110.00||$150.29||$260.29||$318.75|
Your steering rack is connected to your wheels by the tie rod. This rod ensures your wheels can be adjusted as need based on your steering direction, and lets your wheels stay aligned while turning. Without a work tie rod end, your car’s wheels will be heavily uncoordinated.
An issue with your tie rod means an issue for your tires. They will face faster wear and you’ll need to spend a lot replacing them, but not only that. You will also likely have a less comfortable and potentially more dangerous drive, as the wheels will start shaking and your car may not follow what you want it to do.
One of the best car experiences I've ever had. 10/10. Booked and quoted on the phone. George was a really nice guy. Knowledgable and practical. Only did the work that was needed with a head's up of when to expect future service. All for a competitive price while I continued with my normal day in my own home. Why didn't anyone think of this before?! I will definitely use them again and recommend to my friends.