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First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod Assembly
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1993 - Toyota Corolla
Sankei 555
1993 Toyota Corolla Steering Tie Rod Assembly Sankei 555

P311-0E9DBF3    New

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Sankei 555 Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
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1993 - Toyota Corolla
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod Assembly
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1993 - Toyota Corolla
Sankei 555
1993 Toyota Corolla Steering Tie Rod Assembly Sankei 555

P311-0E9DBF3    New

Qty:
$33.01
Sankei 555 Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
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Brand: Sankei 555
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1993 - Toyota Corolla
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Production: -04/30/1995, JAPAN MADE MODELS ONLY.
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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1995 - Toyota Corolla
Sankei 555
1995 Toyota Corolla Steering Tie Rod Assembly Sankei 555

P311-0E9DBF3    New

Qty:
$33.01
Sankei 555 Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -04/30/1995, JAPAN MADE MODELS ONLY.
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Brand: Sankei 555
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1995 - Toyota Corolla
First Equipment Quality
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$16.83
First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Production: -04/30/1995, USA MADE MODELS ONLY.
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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1995 - Toyota Corolla
Sankei 555
1995 Toyota Corolla Steering Tie Rod Assembly Sankei 555

P311-0E9DBF3    New

Qty:
$33.01
Sankei 555 Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -04/30/1995, USA MADE MODELS ONLY.
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1995 - Toyota Corolla
Sankei 555
2009 Toyota Corolla Steering Tie Rod Assembly Sankei 555

P311-1687DD3    New

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$39.96
Sankei 555 Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • JAPAN MADE MODELS
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Brand: Sankei 555
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2009 - Toyota Corolla
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Production: 08/01/1997-
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1998 - Toyota Sienna
Sankei 555
1998 Toyota Sienna Steering Tie Rod Assembly Sankei 555

P311-2C2542E    New

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$38.85
Sankei 555 Steering Tie Rod Assembly
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  • Production: 08/01/1997-
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1998 - Toyota Sienna
TRW
1998 Toyota Sienna Steering Tie Rod Assembly TRW

P311-5874E67    New

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TRW Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Production: 08/01/1997-
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1998 - Toyota Sienna
First Equipment Quality
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1999 - Toyota Sienna
Sankei 555
1999 Toyota Sienna Steering Tie Rod Assembly Sankei 555

P311-2C2542E    New

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$38.85
Sankei 555 Steering Tie Rod Assembly
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Brand: Sankei 555
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1999 - Toyota Sienna
TRW
1999 Toyota Sienna Steering Tie Rod Assembly TRW

P311-5874E67    New

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TRW Steering Tie Rod Assembly
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1999 - Toyota Sienna
First Equipment Quality
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First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Production: -12/31/2002
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2003 - Toyota Sienna
Sankei 555
2003 Toyota Sienna Steering Tie Rod Assembly Sankei 555

P311-2C2542E    New

Qty:
$38.85
Sankei 555 Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Production: -12/31/2002
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2003 - Toyota Sienna
TRW
2003 Toyota Sienna Steering Tie Rod Assembly TRW

P311-5874E67    New

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$61.23
TRW Steering Tie Rod Assembly
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2003 - Toyota Sienna
TRW
2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Steering Tie Rod Assembly TRW

P311-1D3F495    New

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$40.43
TRW Steering Tie Rod Assembly
  • Production: 01/01/2006-
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2007 - Toyota FJ Cruiser
Sankei 555
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$51.20
Sankei 555 Steering Tie Rod Assembly
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  • Production: 01/01/2006-
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Brand: Sankei 555
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2007 - Toyota FJ Cruiser

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'96 Toyota Camry LE - Play in right rear wheel

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Question From jrstokes on '96 Toyota Camry LE - Play in right rear wheel

Thank you for your interest in my post. I have a serious issue with my right rear wheel. When I break it shakes from side to side and when I jack it up you can tell there is a lot of play when in it when you move it from side to side with your hands. For added convenience I have uploaded a video to YouTube showing exactly where the problem is. I just need to know what to replace and possible how much it's going to be. If anyone could help I would greatly appreciate it. I have put the link to the video on YouTube below:

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

The bushing in that tie rod is worn out. You will have to replace that rod..

Response From jrstokes

Thank you much for the information guys. I appreciate it. I talked to someone at Advanced Auto Parts and they said they weren't sure what part I was talking about exactly. If someone could reply today with a link to the part that I'm going to need in order to fix this, that would be very, very helpful to me.

Response From Hammer Time

You can save and print this diagram. It's #10

Response From zmame

Bushing is gone in that right rear link.. the rod bent is rear sway link and it will have no affect with your end play.

removing outer tie rod from steering knuckle

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Question From DavidW on removing outer tie rod from steering knuckle

Hi,
I have a 2003 toyota tacoma 4x4. I can't seem to get the outter tie rod off of the steeering knuckle. I have tried hitting the steering knuckle with a hammer like i have seen in some DIY videos, no luck. I put a pitman puller on it, and it still wont budge.....actually started bending the puller. Am i missing something? I followed all the directions in the service manual, but can't get the damn thing off. Please help! Thanks!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

There does seem to be a special puller for those if my search was accurate. Looks like this........

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Claim was damage free removal?? I am surprise if you had a good grab with a pitman arm puller that it didn't work and may need this tool?

T

Response From DavidW Top Rated Answer

I can see of they have one of those at the auto parts store. any other options? I'm going to end up replacing the outter tie ends too, so i'm open to anything even if it damages the outter rod ends. thanks

Response From zmame

hit the knuckle where the tie rod goes in with a big hammer.. the vibration will knock it out of the socket.. if your replacing it you can hit it with a hammer on the threads.

dosent work you just need a bigger hammer lol

You can also try a small pickle fork.. usally can aquire them through autoparts loan a tool program they may even have the tool mentioned by tom.

1997 camry

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Question From beanman43 on 1997 camry

I have a 1997 toyota camry with a lot of play in the right front wheel. After jacking up the front end I found that the front right tire had about a half inch play. I first thought that it was the tie rod but foud that it play seems to be coming from the rack and pinion.( which is not leaking). MY question is, is there a joint that can be replaced on the end of the pinion to corect the problem? Please help.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

That would be the inner tie rod end. A little harder to change but serviceable.

Needs new tie rods?

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Question From Guest on Needs new tie rods?

I just bought a 2000 Toyota Tundra 4x4 with 62,000 miles. I've driven it about 200 miles this weekend, and I've noticed a steering problem.

The truck pulls slightly to the left, but only occasionally. In addition, when driving in reverse, if you make a sharp turn (left or right) the steering wheel wants to keep going in the direction of the turn instead of returning to the center position. This happens only in reverse.

What could cause this? Are these symptoms of a bad tie rod? Do I just need an alignment?

Thanks very much for the help!

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

For sure make sure the front end parts are safe!!

The steering will only "center" by itself in forward which is "caster" that can be adjusted on many vehicles.

Example: A bicycle has extreme caster for forward but if you ever even rolled one backwards the front wheel would go crooked and that is normal.

Worn out tie rod ends would not cause this but you should know they are good, T

97 Camry Rack and Pinion

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Question From ryguy13 on 97 Camry Rack and Pinion

I have a 1997 Toyota Camry, it has a major leak in the rack and pinion, i took it to a mechanic and they said it needed to be replaced, along with that they suggested that I replace the outter tie rods since they are right there and there is no cost for the labor since they have to take them off and put them back on, also it would need a power steering flush and an alignment. total coming out to about $900.00 parts and labor, labor was only like 275. 364 for the rack and pinion 95 for each tie rod. then the rest was the alignment, flush and 15 shop supplies. is that a good deal or am i getting ripped off.

Response From dmac0923 Top Rated Answer

i would say your total in the ball park atleast.

the rack pricing seems normal
the tie rods is that price for the pair or each double check because if its each, thats very high. i just got Moog brand replacements for my car and they were only about 45 each.