My car was hit on the rear left side and it shakes and squeaks it's the bar that's underneath the car that holds the tires. What's the name of the bar

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Asked by Dec 15, 2015 at 04:31 PM about the 1997 Chevrolet Lumina

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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The axle?

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Torsion bar .. I think. I have to look up what what kind of suspension that car has. A torsion bar is what actually suspends the car

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Ok cause I brought a stray bar nd it stop shaking a little so I'm trying to find out the main problem

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Wait. It is a torsion bar suspension ...I had the front image up, which I will take off, click to size up

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Is it the rear trailing arm that is damaged?

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It looks like I need 8,9,10,1,20,5 I've brought13,19 part and 17

That's a strut assembly

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Thanks y'all it's the trailing arm someone took the part off and took it to auto zone nd that's the name of the part

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I have another question my brakes lights work when they wants and it's a box hanging from underneath by the gas and brake pedals on the left. Do u think it's the wiring that's hanging from the box is the problem

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FordNut the two parts at the bottom of the picture whats the names of those parts

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