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As a component of the rack-and-pinion steering, the ball housing connects the rack to the tie rod. The rack is screwed to the threaded pin; the ball head of the tie rod is pressed in and axially secured by flanging. When a vehicle is steered, the steering movement is then transmitted via a pinion first to the rack and then to the steering rack, which is ultimately is connected to the vehicle wheel.