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2007 Focus Anti Roll Bar - Symetrical Or Not


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#1 stevewright

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 03:59 PM

as some of you may know, im having trouble with my 2007 ford focus 1.8 tdci and creaking/knocking noise coming from the passenger side.

it was looked at yesterday by a ford dealer, who said the anti roll bar is rubbing against the chassis. He mentioned that the bar is not symetrical on both sides, but wasnt sure if this was normal or not?

He recommends i change the shock absorbers first, but i have feeling im going to need to change shocks and anti roll bar (expensive!)

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#2 billyboggins

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Posted 16 September 2010 - 06:43 PM

sounds like the anti roll bar drop links to me ..easy job to replace yourself

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 08:36 AM

sounds like the anti roll bar drop links to me ..easy job to replace yourself


the drop links were checked and i was told they were fine?

the steering rod was replaced yesterday, but hasnt made much difference.

If i was to get a new anti roll bar, ie eibach do one that go with the springs, would it come with new link rods?


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