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Noise of clack when turning to left and when going through a bump

Turning left, sound of clacking. Not continuous. I have looked at the stabilizer and holding the front bar can twist it. is that supposed to be loose?

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  • jaykittleson May 19, 2009

    you were right about the bushings they are kaput. Thankyou
    can those bushings be replaced or do I need to buy the stabilizer links?


  • jaykittleson May 19, 2009

    you were right about the bushings they are kaput. Thankyou
    can those bushings be replaced or do I need to buy the stabilizer links?


  • jaykittleson May 19, 2009

    you were right about the bushings they are kaput. Thankyou
    can those bushings be replaced or do I need to buy the stabilizer links?


  • jaykittleson May 20, 2009

    Thankyou.

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Should be very tight,check where the stabilizer connects to the lower control arm, these are called the stabilixer links they are probably worn out or missing on the left side,if you need more help get back to me as i strive to be the best, please rate my fix,problems get back to me

Posted on May 19, 2009

  • Ray Keckeisen May 20, 2009

    the stabilizer links come as a set,all new bushings and all new hardware

  • Ray Keckeisen May 20, 2009

    you're very welcome,most people don't know how nice it is to hear a Thank You,if you need any further help ion the future, just let me know. 41 years of working on cars and some people just do not appreciate that i do this at NO CHARGE and they still do not give honest ratings. again i appreciate the THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!!!

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