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  • August 18, 2022
    Should You Get an Alignment After Getting New Shocks and Struts?  The short answer is—it depends on the type of suspension your car has. If the tires are wearing evenly and there is no steering pull or wander, an alignment isn’t typically necessary. On some vehicles, the installation of new shocks and struts may affect your car’s wheel alignment.However, there are some instances whe...
  • August 05, 2022
    How does a sway bar differ from a sway bar link ? Sway bars and links are found in ATVs, forklifts, racing cars and family cars – basically any type of vehicle with a suspension. Maintaining a vehicle in an upright position during a turn is vital to safety. The parts within a suspension system that help to control this movement are the sway bars and sway links. A sway bar is a long steel tube or b...
  • June 24, 2022
    To figure out why your sway bar link breaks, it's first important to understand how sway bars work. The sway bar, also known as an anti-roll bar or stabilizer bar, is a vital part of your vehicle’s suspension system and keeps it level during cornering. Sway bars are usually a long and hollow arched steel bar attached to the chassis, connecting the left and right sides. This stabilizes your vehicle...
  • June 02, 2022
    Can I replace sway bar links myself? 1. Loosen the wheel lug nuts. Loosen them slightly, but do not remove. 2. Jack up/lift the car. You will need to jack the car by placing the jack under the suspension arm so it compresses the suspension and relieves the tension on the link. (See your manual for proper jacking procedures and safety) 3. Remove the lug nuts and the wheel. 4. Identify the bad link....
  • May 20, 2022
    Is there any danger when the balance bar ball head is broken? If the ball head of the balance bar breaks, there will be a certain safety hazard. Because the ball head of the balance bar is broken, it will lead to the deviation of the car direction. The breaking of the ball head of the balance bar will have the following effects: 1. Different tread patterns on both sides or different tread depth an...
  • April 29, 2022
    Stabilizer links act as components of auto suspensions, connecting several other parts that take much of the punishment as you pass over pot holes and other road imperfections.   Function   Modern cars use segmented suspensions. Stabilizer or sway bars have stabilizer links. The stabilizer bar holds pairs of wheels connected, while stabilizer links hook this larger pi...
  • March 25, 2022
    How to Repair a Noisy Control Arm Bushing If the bushing is just loose, then it is either knocked loose or installed incorrectly. Chances are, you can save this bushing just by tightening it. However, in most cases your bushing will wear out and you will have to replace it. Either way, you should take your vehicle to an auto body professional who can perform this repair or replacement job for you....
  • March 18, 2022
    Top 5 Reasons Lower Control Arm Bushings Are Noisy. People unfamiliar with cars may not understand what's going on when they hear the strange jingle. While there can be many reasons for unusual noise in a vehicle, a problem with the lower control arm bushing can be very noticeable. These noises are almost similar to knocks around the control arm area. Below are the five most common reasons for red...
  • March 03, 2022
    Power steering tubing is blocked Power steering fluid leaks – The first and most common reason to consider with respect to why you are not getting enough power from your power steering is you may have one or more leaks in your system. You constantly have fluid being forced through your power steering hoses at high pressure, so it is not at all surprising that one of those could at some point ...
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