Audi Tie Rods Parts
- Tie Rod Kit
Audi Tie Rods Parts
Audi is a distinguished auto brand that produces some of the mot notable luxury vehicles in the industry. Their headquarters is located in Germany, where they have built upon an established history of innovation and engineering. Their logo highlights part of their core philosophy, stating,” Progress through Technology.” This is Audi’s mantra and has pushed them to become one of the most respected brands of modern day. This mentality has also elevated their team and pushed them into designing elite vehicles and products, even their tie rod parts and components. Your Audi’s tie rod connections are in control of the complete maneuvering of your vehicle. Tie rods are greased up on both ends when they are put in initially or replaced. The grease lubricates your Audi’s tie rod as it is positioned within the joints and sockets underneath your Audi. As this lubrication lessens over time or as your Audi gets more and more mileage, your tie rods are at a higher risk for putting your vehicle into misalignment. The first thing to do when troubleshooting your tie rod is to pull your Audi into an open space, like a parking lot. Next, drive slowly forward and rotate your steering wheel to the left. Keep an ear out for any clunking noises. Replicate this procedure rotating your Audi to the right side and make sure to keep your vehicle park. Then, rotate your steering wheel to the left and right, keeping an ear out for the same type of noise. This clunking type of sound is a core symptom of a faulty outer tie rod. Another great way to check for any symptoms to your tie rod is to set your Audi into park. Get out of your vehicle and push down a few times on the end of it where you are hearing the clunking sounds. If you hear it, you should hear it even better at now. FCP Euro has a solid collection of Audi tie rod parts and components, including all parts for all of Audi’s vehicles.
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The clunking noise pints to an issue with your Audi’s outer tie rod being not correctly connected to the end ball joint. Next, load up your vehicle with some people and get back in and drive. Steer your vehicle to the right and left and look for any looseness or tightness in your steering. Loose steering is a warning sign of an inner tie rod problem. A clunking noise may also be linked up with this issue, but loose steering and this clunking noise put together are commonly a symptom of an inner tie rod that does not have the correct amount of lubrication. FCP Euro's educated and dedicated call center team is always here and waiting to help out with any support or questions you have. If you would like recommendations to help find out which tie rod part is most suited for your Audi, FCP has a large stock for the Audi brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 877-634-0063 to connect with our service friendly team.