Easier than you think, no special tools required
go to this website www.planetisuzoo.com and slowly scroll down to Isuzu Torsion bar adjustment that is where you should find your answer to this question.
as the rear is torsion it is not straight forward. the torsion bars have to be removed one side at a time, with the torsion bar out simply adjust hub the required amount and replace torsion bar. then do the other side. this can be hard as the bars can be difficult to remove. best left to professional should cost between £60-£100
The Torsion bar is a suspension component. It essentially "twists" ever so slightly to adjust ride height. This is adjusted by a special tool specific to the manufacturer.
you can only adjust the torsion bars(ride height) if you have adjusters installed in your beam.
Sorry to answer a question with a question but would it be similar to Peugeot 206 or any other car that uses torsion bars? I thought At least it is somewhere to start looking, if you find out how others adjust then maybe you can work out how your was put together and adjusted, I know that Peugeot use a special tool to set it up the torsion bar as it's a very fiddly job. Also have a quick look at this web site as it's explained a bit what's involved http://www.pugspares.co.uk/FAQSuspension.asp hope this helps in any away steve
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You need a torsion key.. most mechanics can twist the bar for cheap
There is a bolt near rear of torsion bar (the end closer to rear bumper) which will increase or decrease the tension on torsion bar when you adjust bolt.
torsion bars only exist on 4WD dakotas....2WD have coils
Best to call a professional (no joke)
Yes you can Adjust the torsion bar to raise it. I did this on my 1 ton Chevy to raise the front end. I had an alignment right after and it has worked great ever since.
The clutch cable on a Peugeot 206 is self-adjusting. If it is not working right, then there is something broken. The auto adjuster is part of the clutch cable assembly, so a new clutch cable is required.
Under vehicle by end of torsion bar (side closer to rear of vehicle) there should be a 6-point bolt which when tightened or loosened will apply more or less tension to torsion bar.
To adjust the headlight beams on your Peugeot 306, look for a small roller switch next to the steering column on the lower right side. Moving the roller switch up and down with adjust the beams.
Two wheel drive trucks have torsion bars to help adjust the ride of the vehicle. They can be turned up or down based on the vehicle's load.
The torsion bars on a 1999 4x4 Chevy Suburban are adjusted by turning the adjustment bolts. They allow the vehicle to be moved up or down as needed.
Good info about raising front end by adjusting torsion bars.www.duramaxforum.com/forum/04-5-05-lly-performance-parts-discussion/4491-torsion-bar-adjustment.html
Hi, if you look at the pedal, there is a 10mm bolt, adjust it out to make the pedal higher, or adjust it in to make the pedal lower.
I own a 1989 dodge Dakota and it has torsion bars that can be raised and lowered. Just follow the torsion bars from the front to the back and look at where they stop there should be a 7/8 bolt that you can turn clockwise to raise the truck and counter clockwise to lower it
Take the truck to your local Chevy dealer and have them adjust the torsion bars to lift the front and then do a realignment. About 100 bucks. New torsion bar keys are not needed.
If it has shocks, replace them. If it has torsion bars one might be broken.
There is a special tool required with a 4mm hollow sucket head. It's available from Lisle or OTC for about $10
You can set or adjust the clock on a Peugeot Boxer van by pushing on the little buttons below the clock using a pen point.