|Car||Labour Cost||Parts Cost||Fiix Total Cost||Dealership Price|
|2008 Honda Civic||$110.00||$63.28||$173.28||$212.91|
|2010 Mazda 3||$110.00||$126.56||$236.56||$297.21|
|2007 Toyota RAV4||$110.00||$100.81||$210.81||$270.75|
|2010 GMC Terrain||$110.00||$158.20||$268.20||$346.13|
|2011 Suzuki Kizashi||$110.00||$110.74||$220.74||$279.20|
|2007 Kia Rondo||$110.00||$34.93||$144.93||$179.84|
|2006 Acura TL||$110.00||$54.88||$164.88||$213.41|
|2008 Volkswagen Rabbit||$82.50||$64.29||$146.79||$179.11|
|2003 BMW 325i||$110.00||$58.98||$168.98||$209.20|
|2006 Honda Pilot||$137.50||$123.46||$260.96||$325.54|
Stabilizer bar links do exactly what their name implies - stabilize. It often works in conjunction with your stabilizer bar bushing When your car is turning at high speeds, the weight of the vehicle leans to one side or the other. To prevent your car from rolling over, and from you even feeling it, the stabilizer bar links need to take some of the load and redistribute weight. By doing this, these links let you make high speed turns without having to worry.
If you have loose or compromised stabilizers, it can put you at serious risk of injury and leave your car open to major damage. You’ll never know when you have to make the next high speed turn, so have these bars replaced before that day comes.
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