In between the knuckle gear and the metal tie rods is the tie rod end of your Dodge Omni. The force is actually related into each wheel through your Dodge Omni tie rod end. It'll through time wear out due to regular exposure to pressure/ torque.

In order for the tie rod end of your Dodge Omni to actually work, both of its inner and outer ends have to be oiled now and then. Once the lubrication substance rubs off, extra force is put into the rod, causing it to snap and cause a "clunking" sound especially when making a turn. Besides hearing an an irksome sound, uneven tire wear could be a possible sign of a damaged tie rod end. Never ever drive with damaged Dodge Omni tie rod ends for yours and your Dodge Omni's safety; always remember that steering parts heavily depend on these steel rod ends. Always choose new OE parts for improved durability you can depend on for several years.

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