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The outer tie rod ends cost $30 to $50 a piece. The labor $70 to $ 100. If needs an front wheel alignment $ 50 to $70.
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Tie rod replacement cost


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You will need to contact your local auto parts store to get price for the tie rod ends.My flat rate manual listed them at $65 a piece but this is an old price.
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1 inner tie rod end is listed at 1.4 hours,if you replace both it is listed at 2.0 hours.
1 outer tie rod end is listed at 1.1 hours,if you replace both it is listed at 1.4 hours.
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