About Stabilizer Bar Links Replacement
What are stabilizer bar links? Stabilizer bar links (or anti roll bars) provide a stabilizing amount of structural support to your vehicle when you make turns. The links redistribute the vehicle's weight so that the car does not lean or roll too much while taking a corner. How do you know your stabilizer bar links need to be replaced? Excessive leaning or swaying when you turn your vehicle around a sharp corner, or while turning during higher driving speeds. Metallic clunking sound coming from under your vehicle when you go over bumps. How are your Stabilizer bar links replaced by a mobile mechanic? The vehicle is lifted and put on jack stands and the defective stabilizer bar links are removed. New links are installed and the vehicle is removed from the jack stands and checked for steering stabilizer bar links operation. How important is it to have your stabilizer bar links replaced? If your stabilizer bar links are damaged or broken you may experience difficulty turning your vehicle. In extreme circumstances you may even lose control of your vehicle.