94 REAR ISSUE
1994 Saturn SW1 • 4 cylinder FWD Automatic • 200,000 miles
My 94 Sat. Sw1 had something break in the rear drivers side tire area when I pulled in my drive way; there was a loud clank of metal breaking and clashing. I reversed a little and the same clanking noise happened . The wheel was "shaking violently" and made a loud clanking any time you hit a small bump. Upon removing the tire a piece that went from the back of the wheel hub (about 2 1/2 feet long) and conncected to the underside of the backseat area had broken close to the wheel. A friend welded it for a temp. fix but now we can not find the proper replacement to make it safe for my children again. We've been told its a control arm, a stablilizer bar, a tie rod all by differen't mechnics . But none of these seem to fit when we look up parts online, most show up as front end parts. PLEASE HELP
Anyway you can post a pic of it i think i know what your talking about i just want to be sure.It has a nut that holds it to the knuckle straight rod to the body with two bolts holding it there?
June 18, 2011.
June 18, 2011.
I don't have a pic of it off hand. But yes thats exactly what it is! :)
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