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I dont know the name of part. Does anyone? It goes from middle rear out to rear tire

1st a small rod from body to tire broke. Now from middle to tire. All the rear passenger side

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You have to be more clear as to what you mean. It is hard to understand this broken English

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Look it up on Rock Auto.Com--- under suspension

Look at parts sites

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SOURCE: I have a 96 Saturn sl. On the passenger side back

well there are several poles at the rear tire. one is the strut it has a spring wrapped around it. then there is a trailing arm that runs from the front of the tire and attaches to the frame. then there is a stabilizer link rod that attaches to the strut housing and the rear sway bar.

Posted on Jun 06, 2012

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