The function of the stabilizer link is that when the levels of the left and right wheels are different, in order to prevent the torsion of the shaft, the stabilizer link will generate Roll Resistance to suppress the rolling of the body.
In other words, when the left and right suspensions move up and down synchronously, the stabilizer link will not work, and only when the left and right suspensions move asynchronously due to road undulations or steering turns, the stabilizer link will work.
The purpose of installing the stabilizer link for the car is to eliminate the impact of the vibration caused by the uneven ground on the car body, so that the car body can absorb a large amount of external vibration through the independent suspension system.
Since the springs of the shock absorber are independent, and the material and physical properties of each spring are difficult to maintain uniformity, the impact of residual vibration is ultimately absorbed by the car body. Its specific performance is unilateral hard work. If the motor vehicle makes a sharp turn or makes an emergency avoidance at high speed, it is easy to roll or even roll over.