Audi Sway Bars Parts
Audi Sway Bar Parts
Audi is a world-renowned brand, known for producing some of the most sought after luxury vehicles in the industry. They are located and positioned from their headquarters and operational center, in Germany, where they have earned a reputable standing that has brought the Audi name even higher over the years. Audi’s logo was designed around their central philosophy, "Progress through Technology." This is the brand’s motto, which has been a part of what has elevated them ahead of their competition over their many years in the industry. Their inventive designs and impeccable engineering are respected and stand behind every Audi vehicle and product, including sway bar parts and components. Your Audi sway bar acts as a torsional spring that connects your vehicle’s right wheel to the left, on both the front and rear ends. If both of your wheels are moving up and down at the simultaneously, the sway bar cannot activate or convey pressure. When your Audi’s wheels move up and down on their own, like in an acute turn, the sway bar is supposed to stand firm against this movement and maintain a stable standard between your wheels. Your sway bar counteracts the predisposition to lean in a corner. As an Audi owner, you can troubleshoot a damaged sway bar by being aware of the warning signs and that they will create. FCP Euro has an abundant selection of Audi sway bar parts and components, including all of your general Audi parts.
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The most efficient way to find a damaged sway bar in your Audi is to take a closer look and examine your suspension. The sway bar links the lower control arm assembly to the mainframe rail. It looks like a thick and angled rod, with bushings on either end. A faulty sway bar will hang low from one of its joints, which can be seen easily if you lift your Audi has up on some jack stands. Pushing down on the sway bar will showcase if it has any damage or is loose at the joints. A damaged sway bar will bring about a condition known as, "understeer." This occurs as when your vehicle has pressure loss in the suspension, which results in shakiness while you are driving. The effect of the steering input will affect the feel or maneuverability in your Audi. It will seem mushy and slow when coming back from from even small turns. A damaged rear sway bar will not permit your rear wheels to grab properly, bringing about a laggy response, which also affects your steering. FCP Euro's prepared and dedicated call center team is on hand and waiting to help out with any support or questions you have. If you are in need of information to help find out which sway bar component is suitable for your Audi, FCP has a large compilation for the Audi brand. Check out FCP Euro’s website for all products, as well as our continuously updating inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not hesitate to give FCP Euro a call at 1-860-388-9001 to connect with our service friendly team.