As a vital part of your Nissan Rogue's steering unit, the tie rod end connects the steering knuckles to the tie rods. The force is actually transferred into your wheels through your Nissan Rogue tie rod end. This component is usually made from durable steel to tackle huge amounts of force, pressure, and torque but similar to other car parts, it is also prone to old age.

So for the tie rod end of your Nissan Rogue to work, both the inner/outer ends should be lubricated on a yearly basis. Not enough grease can lead to too much friction, which may create annoying sounds each time a car rod is forced. Aside from an an irksome sound, tyre wear could be a possible sign of a damaged tie rod end. Driving with bent Nissan Rogue tie rod ends can be dangerous because you won't have full control of your Nissan Rogue's steering gears, so fix or replace a malfunctioning vehicle part very soon. Always choose quality OE parts for improved durability you can count on for many years.

AC Delco, Mevotech, and Raybestos are just several of the Nissan Rogue tie rod end manufacturers found in our product catalog. Get one now!