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Pontiac Center Link

You like maintaining your Pontiac.

If you drive a Pontiac, you know it's responsible to keep it in good working order. Granted, good looks and performance are reasons why you bought your Pontiac. But you have to keep it running by installing on the highest-quality Center Link parts you can find. If a part on your Pontiac has failed and needs to be replaced, then we've got what you are looking for. Qualities such as reliable service and trustworthy transportation are what make your vehicle special, which is possibly the best reason for owning it.

Center Link performance is crucial for your vehicle.

Center links were an early-adopted advancement in steering system technology. On your Pontiac, the steering linkage is arranged in the shape of a parallelogram; conveying the movements of the steering wheel evenly and equally to both wheels. One side is connected to the pitman arm to receive the steering motion, the other side is connected to the idler arm so it pivots, and the ends connect to the tie rods which are connected to the wheels. When your Pontiac center link gets old enough, the joints at the end will fail and you won't be able to steer your vehicle anymore.

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Select Your ModelBecause of the availability of quality replacement Pontiac Center Link parts, you can now buy everything you need from an authoritative website like rather than from your local dealer. Let Car Parts Discount help get you back on the road with our Pontiac parts online. Because our live sales, customer service, and technical support staff are available via phone and email, has the expertise to make it your first choice for quality replacement Center Link parts on the internet. Our Pontiac Center Link parts available for Astre, Bonneville, Catalina, Chieftain, Custom, Deluxe Series 26, Deluxe Series 28, Executive, Firebird, GTO, Grand Am, Grand LeMans, Grand Prix, Grand Safari, Grandville, LeMans, Parisienne, Phoenix, Safari, Special Series 25, Star Chief, Streamliner, Sunbird, Super Chief, Tempest, Torpedo, Torpedo Series 29, Ventura, and all the other models listed at the bottom of the page.