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What is a radius arm?
A radius arm is a suspension component that attaches the wheel hub to the frame of the vehicle. It helps to keep the wheel in alignment and provides stability while the vehicle is in motion.
How do I know if my radius arm is faulty?
You can inspect the radius arm for any signs of damage, such as cracks, rust, or wear and tear. If the arm is bent or broken, it is likely faulty and should be replaced. You may also experience steering wheel vibration or a pulling sensation if the radius arm is damaged.
Can a faulty radius arm cause damage?
Yes, a faulty radius arm can cause extensive damage to other suspension components and your vehicle's frame. It can also cause excessive tire wear and decreased handling performance.
How do I replace a radius arm?
- Raise and support the vehicle with jack stands.
- Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
- Disconnect the radius arm from the wheel hub and vehicle frame.
- Install the new radius arm, ensuring that it is properly aligned with the wheel hub and vehicle frame.
- Reattach the wheel and tire assembly.
- Lower the vehicle and test the steering performance.