There is a fix but no matter what you do at this point, you are only going to make it worse until you put it on an alignment machine and then adjust it. You may get it to the point of having the steering wheel straight but that is the least important thing. You need to make sure your toe is set properly or you will wear your tires out fast.
Any time you replace a tie rod end, you have to do an alignment even if you count the turns and get the wheel straight. It is just not worth the risk of wearing out your tires.
Let me know if you have questions. Thanks
Tuesday, July 7th, 2020 AT 4:33 PM