the bar that conects to the control arms from left to right both of them what is it called.

Asked by Jun 08, 2008 at 06:51 PM about the 1993 Ford Aerostar 3 Dr XL Passenger Van

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35

I think its the pitman arm, or the idler arm, depends which one

50

Ignore the previous reply, that guy has no clue what he is talking about since neither of those items connects to a control arm. The item you are referring to is the Anti-Sway Bar

75

it could be the sway bars.... or are you talking about the tie rods? the outer and inner? they connect to the control arms from left to right.... maybe.... its just my guess

165

The chick wins. They're tie rods. I think?

335

lol pitman arm attaches the power steering gear box to the steering linkage. idler arm is just like the pitman arm just not attached to the power steering gearbox. its there for stability in the steering linkage. nice try buddy. better luck next time.

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