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Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Drag Link
Common signs include uneven tire wear, steering wheel vibration or feeling loose, and unwanted drifting to the left or right.
Symptoms of a Bad or Failing Center (Drag) Link
Common signs include poor handling, car wandering or pulling to the left or right, vibrations in the steering wheel, and uneven tire wear.
How Long Does a Center (Drag) Link Last?
The center link has ball joints on either end, and connects the pitman arm and idler arm on your car’s suspension. This part is sometimes called the relay rod or the drag...
How Long Does a Drag Link Last?
If you happen to own a vehicle with a manual steering system, then it likely features a drag link with a pitman arm attached to it. The drag link is attached to...
How to Replace Your Car's Drag Link
Drag links are an important part of your cars steering and suspension systems. Common signs of failure include loose steering and uneven tire wear.

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