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How can I adjust the wheel base on my TR7 sports car

We have replaced the front anti roll bar bushes

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That must be done on a special machine that checks the alignment and wheel and steering settings and then the technician reads them and adjusts all to specs.

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SOURCE: 2002 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN Steering Noise

I had a similar problem with a popping - clanking noise when I was turning the Steering Wheel and going at a slow speed.
See if you can have someone listen outside the car while you drive it to be sure.
I replaced the one drive axle and the problem was solved.

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i had the same problem and my mechanics did change the drop links hope this helps

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Lightly press on the brake when you hear the squeeking. then it's just the brakes pads rubbing. then have them inspected. good luck

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SOURCE: how do you change anti roll bar bushes on an audi

I just loosen the bolts of the subframe and use a bar to pull it down abit , while my lad changes the bush, or you could pull it down a bit and block it with a bit of wood, so you can change the bush safely.

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SOURCE: 2000 ford ka knocking from front nearside

Check ball joints!!

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How to replace front anti roll bar bushes


Frank, you haven't said what make or model your car is.
However, have a look on the following link - it will take you to Youtube:
how to replace anti roll bar bushes Google Search

It's not a particularly difficult job. It entails loosening the drop-links/tie bars that connect to the torsion bar - the anti roll bar, then loosening the bolts holding the anti roll bar in place.

Just be aware that the anti roll bar is in effect a 'spring' and is under tension. Loosen the retaining bolts gradually, slowly.

replacing the bushes is straight forward. Once you have removed the anti roll bar just lever the old rubber bushes out with a screwdriver and push the new ones into place .. then reassemble everything.

In the most general of terms you would do the job in a couple of hours

May 12, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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How to replace rear anti roll bar bushes


check the rear links
anti roll bar buses is held by one or two bolt
undo the bolt and put new bush in and do the bolts up..

but have a pry bar with you as new buses need to be pushed in for fastening the bolts

May 24, 2014 | 2004 Citroen Xsara 2.0

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Replacing anti-roll bar bushes citroen xsara picasso


anti-roll bar bushes, could be the problem get a big screw driver and lever the anti roll bar see if you have movement

Jun 02, 2013 | 2001 Citroen Xsara Picasso

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I have replaced my back shocks on 2004 maxima now something is rattling in the rear end can't figure it out wasn't doing it until I repaced those shocks.


Hi Yameekia, Chock the front wheels, loosen the wheels, jack up the rear end and place chassis stands under the vehicle and then remove wheels. You will see a torsion bar connecting the left and right suspensions. The bar is sometimes referred to as an anti roll bar or a stabilizer bar. It is attached to the body with saddle clamps with rubber bushings, replace both bushes. At either end you will see that the anti roll bar is attached to the suspension by flexible linkages. These are small rods with small ball joints at each end. When worn these same ball joints make a lot of noise, hammering out a drum roll with each bump in the road. Replace those and I believe your problems will be over. You mentioned replacing the rear shocks....what about the front? Did you know that the shocks are not there to give a comfortable ride but instead to hold the tyres in contact with the road surface. They are a safety requirement for road holding, so with that in mind, have a good look at those too! Regards John

Feb 19, 2012 | Nissan Maxima Cars & Trucks

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My v 4motion creaks whenever it go over anything.


Definitely get the anti roll bar bushes seen to, its such a front heavy car. The sleeves are plastic and crack away, leaving metal on metal. Also the wishbone bushes dry out and will need replacing(most likely source of the creaking). Probably a 2-3 hour job for a decent mechanic, plus parts, you would have to get a price as it is so variable, but I remember buying anti roll bar bushes and drop links from a dealer for less than £50 all in.

May 11, 2010 | 2002 Volkswagen Golf

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When driveing i feel like the car wants to go its own way what can be the prob ? and when going through a rough spot the whole vehicle sways and shake up uncontrollably


you may have worn front suspension components such as, steering ends, ball joints, anti roll bar bushings,control arm bushings shocks and wheel bearings

Oct 01, 2009 | 1987 Nissan King Cab

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Suspension knock on small bumps


Could be anti roll bar isolator bushes starting to wear or link rods,

Mar 22, 2009 | 2003 Jaguar X-Type

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Pulling to Left


Hello!
Perhaps you may be looking in the wrong area, have you checked tyre pressures? also tyre condition? you have obviously had the tracking checked? If all these are o.k. maybe a Brake caliper is binding slightly on the nearside wheel?
Good luck! Hope this sorts it for you? press the Blue Button to appraise my Free effort if it does,
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Feb 02, 2009 | 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander

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When pressing accelerator steering pulls to the right and when brakingor accelerating knocking sound coming from front left wheel


worn anti roll bar bushings and worn track rod end ..these keep the longitudinal stability of the wheel and the shock absorber gives horizontal stability..hope this helps..

Dec 07, 2008 | Volkswagen Golf Cars & Trucks

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Knocking from front right wheel


LOWER WISHBONE OR TIE ROD GO FOR THEM FRIST,THEN BUSHES (ANTI-ROLL)

Jun 06, 2008 | 2003 Audi A4 Cabriolet

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