Question about 1999 Toyota Corolla
I would like to know How to inspect the condition of the torsion bar connecting links of my corolla. Because i heard rattles when i hit some holes on the road, i suspect the wear of the connecting links. Could you give me some info pls
Jack it up and wiggle tires, hold tire still and have helper move whell back in forth check steering first then see if rubber bushings are cracked on torsion bar if so there it is dry cracked rubber bushings are no good
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