I have a 75 dart swinger it leans to the right side i changed the front shock and it still does it plus now it dont even click when i try and turn it over

Asked by Nov 19, 2011 at 01:12 PM about the 1975 Dodge Dart

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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try adjusting your torsion bar supports. if you jack your car up you will see what i am talking about. they are on the front by the tires. follow your torsion bars to the fron and there are i thin 3/4 bolt heads and you loosen to lower or tighten to raise, it looks good when the front end is lowered

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tortion bar answer is correct, also, electric is either battery/alternator/or ceramic voltage regulator. DON'T replace any until system is checked at Kragen or Auto Zone or you get trapped in vicious circle. Stay away from Pep Boys (at least in S. Calif.-Morons) DDDave

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