Used Vauxhall Corsa Drag Link

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About Drag Link

A Corsa Vauxhall drag link is a part of the steering gear in a vehicle. Its function is to convert the rotary motion of the steering box or crank to a secondary link or crank. The Corsa Vauxhall drag link operates to adapt the sweeping arc of the steering box to the linear motion that is required to pull the tie rods which will ultimately turn the vehicle's wheels.

In a typical Corsa Vauxhall drag link, one end of it is connected via the Pitman arm, a linkage attached to the steering box, to the vehicle’s steering wheel. It is the part of the steering gear that translates the driver’s use of the steering wheel to the reaction of the vehicle’s wheels. As such, it is an essential component of the operation of the vehicle’s steering system.

Corsa Vauxhall Drag links can wear after time particular if the vehicle has suffered heavy use. The consequences of a worn drag link can drastically affect the performance of the vehicle.  The car may feel as if it is “wandering” or give the impression that one of the tyres is low on air. The greater the Corsa Vauxhall drag link wear, the more difficult the steering, handling and stability issues are likely to be.

Vauxhall Corsa trivia

  • To celebrate signing a record deal with EMI, the lead singer of the Arctic Monkeys, Alex Turner, immediately bought himself a Vauxhall Corsa.
  • After Richard Maddox (a pensioner in the UK) had his bright yellow Corsa vandalised by neighbours in his quiet country village, a stream of Corsas drove by his home in support. Vauxhall also renamed the yellow they use for their cars to Maddox Yellow!
  • The Corsa might, on the surface, not seem like it has a lot in common with the Series 2 Lotus Elise, and... it doesn't really. However, the two cars do share the same indicator and wiper stalks!
  • If you want your headphones to match your Corsa, then you can check out the set of headphones designed by Vauxhall as part of the UK Beatbox Championship of 2011.
  • The original TV advert for the first Corsa sold in the UK had supermodels introduce the vehicle to British motorists. The four models were Kate Moss, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, and Naomi Campbell.