Chrysler Sebring Inner Tie Rod End
About inner tie rod end
The tie rod inside is one of the two types of tie rod end in the vehicle's steering system. It helps transmit power from the steering wheel through the steering gear to the steering knuckle that is mounted on the wheels. The internal tie rod end connects to the gearbox assembly to set the longitudinal orientation of the vehicle at an angle. This arrangement changes rod length within allowable limits. Hinge points are the tie rod ends between the steering gear, the steering knuckle and the wheel. Both tie rod ends are placed on ball joints.
What is the purpose of inner tie rod end?
The internal tie rod end has the task of turning the vehicle's wheels forward and backward as directed by the driver. The inner tie rod axis is up, down, left, and right as the vehicle works at constant pressure on the roads while providing steering speed.
How inner tie rod end works?
The inside tie rod end links the gear rack with the steering knuckle mounted on the wheels. A setting sleeve between the inner and outer tie rods allows the length of the tie rod end to be adjusted according to the steering angle. The end of the internal tie rod connects to the bearing housing. When the steering wheel turns, the motion is transmitted through various steering components to the steering gear, until the force reaches the end of the tie rod to turn the front wheels. When the steering wheel is turned, the inner tie rod plays a vital role in pulling or pushing the front wheels.
Where is inner tie rod end located?
The interior tie rod is on both ends of the steering gear. The steering knuckle connecting the wheels is attached to one end of the inner tie rod end, and the steering gear mechanism is linked to another.