As subcomponent of your Acura Slx's steering system, the tie rod end connects the knuckles to the tie rods. Each time you rotate the wheel, the Acura Slx tie rod end transfers the force into the knuckle unit, allowing the car wheels to move. This component is typically made from automotive grade steel to endure all the force, pressure, and torque but similar to other components, it is also vulnerable to damage.

A tie rod end of your Acura Slx needs proper lubrication to be able to function properly. Once the rod ends aren't lubricated, damage due to heat can actually happen. Tell-tale signs that friction has seriously damaged the tie rod end include tire wear scratches. Driving with broken Acura Slx tie rod ends is risky since you won't have complete control of your Acura Slx's steering subcomponents, so change a malfunctioning vehicle part ASAP. Plenty of direct-fit parts are currently affordable so never buy junkyard components.

AC Delco, Mevotech, and Raybestos are a few of the Acura Slx tie rod end part manufacturers found in our catalog. Get one now!

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