How to Crank a Torsion Bar?

Answer The torsion bars on a truck or SUV connect the front-end steering assembly to the center cross member of the vehicle attached to the frame. Torsion bars apply downward pressure to the front control... Read More »

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How to Crank Up the Torsion Bar on a Silverado?

The torsion bars on the four-wheel drive and HD models of the Chevrolet Silverado are used instead of coil springs to support the weight of the truck. Most of these vehicles have a natural rake to ... Read More »

How to Install a Crank Sensor in a 3.0 V6 Voyager Van Crank?

The powertrain control module on the Plymouth Voyager 3.0-liter engine uses a signal from the crankshaft sensor to determine the position of the crankshaft and engine rpm. The V-6 uses a Hall-effec... Read More »

How to Adjust the Torsion Bar on a F-150?

A Ford F-150 with four-wheel drive has torsion bars in the front suspension. These torsion bars act like a straight spring, and the resistance of the steel in the bars supports the weight of the fr... Read More »

How to Lower a Torsion Bar?

Automotive torsion bars are a type of suspension spring that lifts the vehicle up and provides ride dampening. Most can be adjusted with a bolt, set into the bar mount where it meets the frame. The... Read More »