Question about 1996 GMC Safari
I have a 1996 GMC Safari Van they tell me it needs a Drag Link. Is this difficult to repair and could I do this at home? Could it be called something else besides drag link? I am having trouble finding illustrations of it.
A drag link is another name for one of the steering arms that connect to your steering gearbox. It usually has at least one Tie Rod end, and another connection to the steering linkage. They are not too hard to change, ;you just need a joint separator tool, which most auto parts stores will loan or sell.
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Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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