Q: U-joints and tie rods bad.

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I think my U-joints and tie rods might be bad.

Since you don’t list your symptoms or reasons for thinking this, the best advice I can give you is to have your vehicle inspected by a trained professional. The technicians at YourMechanic will be able to diagnose and repair any undercarriage problems you may have.

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