Volvo Tie Rod Inner (C70 S70 V70 850) - Meyle 3546266

One of the most common components to wear out on the front of your vehicle are your steering tie rods. Tie rods attached to your steering rack and pinion which is responsible for linking your wheels to the steering column and wheel. Tie rods wear out over time and mileage often resulting in poor handling and alignment. Being as one of the most critical pieces in your front end we recommend to check for excessive play in these items and replace as necessary.

Fits These Cars:

1994 Volvo 850 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1995 Volvo 850 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1996 Volvo 850 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1997 Volvo 850 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1993 Volvo 850 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1998 Volvo C70 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1999 Volvo C70 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2000 Volvo C70 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2001 Volvo C70 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2002 Volvo C70 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2003 Volvo C70 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2004 Volvo C70 Steering Tie Rod End
Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1999 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: AWD, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 572014 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
1999 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: Base, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1999 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: GLT, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1999 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: T5, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2000 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: AWD, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 572014 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
2000 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: Base, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2000 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: GLT, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2000 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: GLT SE, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2000 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: T5, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1998 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: Base, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1998 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: T5, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1998 Volvo S70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: GLT, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1998 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: AWD, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 549830 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
1998 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: R, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 549830 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
1998 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: X/C AWD, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 549830 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
1998 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: Base, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1998 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: GLT, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1998 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: T5, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1999 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: AWD, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 549830 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
1999 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: R AWD, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 549830 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
1999 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: X/C AWD, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 549830 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
1999 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: GLT, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1999 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: T5, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
1999 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: Base, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2000 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: R AWD, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 549830 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
2000 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: X/C AWD, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 549830 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
2000 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: X/C AWD SE, Position: Front Inner
Up To Chassis Number 549830 (Last 6 Digits of VIN)
2000 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: Base, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2000 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: GLT, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2000 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: GLT SE, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
2000 Volvo V70 Steering Tie Rod End
Sub model: T5, Position: Front Inner
TRW- Product Plate Marked "4"
Product match fitment

Volvo Tie Rod Inner (C70 S70 V70 850) - Meyle 3546266

Brand:
Meyle logoMeyle
SKU #:
MEY-5160305551
Part:
Steering Tie Rod End
OE Numbers:
3546266,1014694,5995,5160305551
FCP ID:
199908
$16.99 MSRP: $20.99
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Customer Reviews

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4.7 based on 7 review(s)
By: Pat
Tue, May 5 at 5:55PM
Tightens The Steering

i did these just because i was replacing the outer tie rods as well and sometimes with a car this old it is difficult to separate the two. it made a huge difference in the handling.

By: Al
Sun, May 3 at 11:32AM

It should be noted for weekend mechanics, like myself, that you'll probably want to replace the bellows boot with this part. Didn't think about it until I was about to start the job.

By: Lucas Ross
Sat, Oct 11 at 2:19AM
Works Great

I installed these on my 1996 Volvo 850 just earlier today. Installation was extremely easy with the right tools. It's the removal that had me pulling my hair out. If you're replacing the inner and outer tie rods, replace the boot as well. I didn't, and the nut between the inner and outer tie rod was seized on there so tight I had to cut the end of the inner tie rod off so I could get the boot off and reuse it (use a large zip tie to secure the boot in place). Also, these aren't gold in color, they're silver. And they came with a new adjuster nut. It worked great on the short drive I went on this evening. Make sure to get a "Inner Tie Rod Removal Tool - CTA-4014" if you don't have one. I don't think I could've done it without this tool because the original inner tie rod is round and there's no where you can put a wrench on it, so you need this tool to put some serious torque on it. It worked effortlessly. If you're not sure what kind of rack and pinion you have, just look at the inner tie rod boot. Mine said TRW and VOLVO on the end of it. If you see TRW on yours, this is what you need. Here are some pictures I took along the way. https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B0JwcFRp-MDcdlV5VmN4VTdHV2s&usp=sharing

By: Matt
Fri, Sep 5 at 2:19PM
Diy

So far has held up. My car was stolen, when they decided to ditch it they hit a curb pretty hard and knocked it out of alignment but these did not bend. I would buy again.

By: Gabriel
Wed, Jan 1 at 8:21PM
Enthusiast

Cheapest price I could find online, very good quality, built in Germany. HIGHLY recomend.

By: Tom
Mon, Nov 11 at 8:18PM

Purchased in addition to the full suspension kit. It was recommended I replace these as part of the full suspension replacement.

By: Justin
Wed, Feb 15 at 10:52PM
Good Part, Tough To Evaluate

I replaced this when I overhauled the suspension on my 850. I can't really say anything bad about them. They seem to be of good quality and they're still good after about 12-17k miles. So I'd buy them again.

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