Vehicle Center Link

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Center Link
Center Link

A center link is the bar, which connects the steering components, on both sides of the vehicle. As the steering box turns the driver’s side wheel, the link, which runs beneath the engine, moves the passenger’s side front wheel. The center link is connected to the vehicle, by the idler arms, two tie rods, and the connecting rod. The location of the point where the center link is connected varies, depending on whether the vehicle is 2, or 4 wheel drive. The center link must be made from steel, in order to withstand the pressure put on it. Over time, the connection points on both sides of the center link will wear out and need to be replaced. A center link may require replacement, if the steering wheel feels loose, or if cracks, or stress marks, are observed on the center link.

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