Question about 1995 Chevrolet Suburban
I recently purchased a 95 suburban. I am replacing all the bushing, tie rods, upper & lower control arm bushings, and sway bar repair kit. we took it all apart and didn't mark the torsion bars in any way. now we are having an issue with getting the torsion bars right so the front end is correct. We have tried different ways to get it right but it isn't working. any help would be greatly appreciated.
Get a second opinion. Do not tell them what the other guy found. If they find the same things than go back to your regular mechanic, have him make the repairs, and thank him for catching those problems before they failed and potentially caused serious injury to yourself!
or if they find something else have them make those repairs.
or have you regular mechanic show you why he thinks those parts need to be replaced. The should be sloppy enough to see with the naked eye and he should be more than happen to show you the movement or problem with all of those parts. If he doesn't than find somebody who will.
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
Hi.. All of the above need checked plus track rods and ends, steering box play, steering column linkages,also at the wheels check the wheel bearings for excessive play and finally the ball joints holding the hub casings. I hope this info is of some help to you please let me know..
Posted on Oct 21, 2010
check the rear track bar bushings this runs from side of axle up to body. also the lower link bushings in rear. have you checked air pressure ?
Posted on Dec 23, 2010
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