A functional tie rod end is a vital steering component of your Chevrolet Metro. Force is actually transferred into the wheels through your Chevrolet Metro tie rod end. This part is typically built from high-grade steel in order to tackle huge amounts of force, pressure, and torque but like other car parts, it's also prone to old age.

So for the tie rod end of your Chevrolet Metro to actually work, both the outer and inner ends must be greased now and then. Not enough grease exposes it to too much heat, which can cause funny sounds everytime the steering rod is forced too much. Aside from hearing an actual clunking sound, tyre wear might be a possible symptom a busted tie rod end. To prevent road mishaps when driving your Chevrolet Metro, replace ruined Chevrolet Metro tie rod ends. A lot of direct-fit parts are now affordable so never buy hand-me-down parts.

AC Delco, Mevotech, and Raybestos are a few of the Chevrolet Metro tie rod end manufacturers we feature in our catalog. Shop now and order through our site!