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Toyota Solara Replacement Tie Rod Information


The tie rod in your Solara is a part that's responsible for the steering. This is a slender rod that will carry the tensile load and help you to actually move your steering wheel back and forth. Depending upon the gyration of the tie rod, you will be able to turn your steering wheel one way or another in order to control your Toyota on the road.

The last thing you need to have happen is for your steering wheel to get loose because it will make it harder for you to keep your car on the road. If your tie rod is broken, you will feel a difference in your steering system. At Parts Geek, you can shop for a Solara tie rod by Toyota so that you can improve your steering and ensure that you are able to control your car whenever you are on the road.


Toyota Solara Tie Rod They are available for the following Toyota Solara years: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99. This part is also sometimes called Toyota Solara Tie Rods. We stock tie rod parts for most Toyota models including Tacoma, 4Runner, Pickup, Camry, Corolla, Tundra, Sienna, Land Cruiser, Avalon, RAV4, Highlander, Prius, T100, Celica, Sequoia, MR2, FJ Cruiser, Supra, Tercel, Venza, Yaris, Matrix, Cressida, Previa, Echo, Prius V, Paseo, Van, MR2 Spyder, Corona, Hi Lux, Starlet, Prius Plug-In, C-HR, Prius C, Van Wagon, Mark II and Carina.

We stock these Tie Rod brands for the Toyota Solara: Moog, Beck Arnley, SKP, TRQ, DIY Solutions, Mevotech, Sankei 555, Quick Steer, MAS, API and Dorman.


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Reviewer: Josh

Product was as expected but took a lot longer than expected to arrive.

2004 Toyota Solara Tie Rod End

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: 135,000 and still rolling

Another part-same car. My mechanic quoted price fusing MOOG. I chose to purchase from Parts Geek and saved 1/2. I chose MOOG because I am familiar with the name and have other MOOG If it is good enough for my mechanic it is good enough for me! I have not had problems with mechanics installing MOOG as I have with sub-par parts. The car has 135,000 and is still rolling down the highway.

1999 Toyota Solara Tie Rod End

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Jesusis1

The part arrived quickly and the cost was lower than most other places

2005 Toyota Solara Tie Rod End