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Is it really necessary to replace the stabilizer links on a car if you can put up with a rough ride over bumps?

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Suzanne Grego, Technician at City of Philadelphia Fleet Management Sophia, Stabilizer bars prevent a vehicle from rolling or swaying while the vehicle is turning. They keep the car flat, the tires on the road (which helps with traction) and helps the driver control steering. They are a safety issue and your car will not pass inspection if they are faulty. Suzanne

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