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Rear dropped replaced shocks still low

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SOURCE: Nissan Frontier torsion bar replacement

well it depends how you want to adjust it, if you want to lower it, back out the screw on the torsion key a couple of turns. raise, screw it in a couple of turns

Posted on May 29, 2008

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SOURCE: rear torsion bar

the car has rear springs for sure. there is no adjustment you have to replace the springs.

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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SOURCE: 95 explorer lower control arm replace

No the torsion bar if you look at it where it goes to the under carriage it will have a bolt for tension on each side. Are you tring to replace the bushings for the torsion bar? If so answer back.

Posted on May 08, 2009

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SOURCE: replace the torsion bar on my 99 Pontiac Grand Am

they do not use torsion bars on those cars.it is probably the sway bar you're talking about.if it's the front one they are pretty tough to change.you need to lower the front sub-frame to replace the sway bar.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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SOURCE: how to adjust a torsion bar

Step 1 Jack up the vehicle on the wheel to be adjusted, and set the frame rail onto a jack stand. This is to release the stress on the torsion bar so it can be adjusted easily.

  • Step 2 Crawl underneath the vehicle and locate the torsion bar mount on the frame. There will be a bolt in the center of the mount, pointing upward. This is the adjusting bolt, and it will accommodate a large-sized socket driver.
  • Step 3 Adjust the torsion bar. Turning the adjustment bolt clockwise will tighten it, raising the amount of load that can be placed on the bar. This will raise the vehicle when it is taken off the jack stand. Turning it counterclockwise will lower the available spring rate and cause the car to sit lower. Turning it too far in either direction can cause problems, so follow the specific vehicle's manufacturer guidelines when making wide adjustments. Normally, only one full turn will be enough to give the desired result.
  • Step 4 Lower the vehicle, and check the clearances of the frame to the ground. They should be the same for both sides. If they are not, then more adjustment will be necessary to the torsion bar adjustment bolts.

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