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Question for mechanics...

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Can somebody identify the part circled in red in the picture below?

2000 Infinity Q45 RWD. The picture of front left side.

 

 

The bushing is busted and i have to replace it.

 

It is not a tie rod, which i though originally.

Thanks, in advance. 

Right answer gets a piece of pie.

 

part.jpg

I don't know and I have seen several of your post and somehow just noticed the panther in the avatar.

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Lt Front Torque Rod.  OEM # 544696P071 List price $191.20

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Looks like a headgasket. Gonna have to tear apart the block.

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connecting rod

  

im sorry, did i point to a "kitchen utensil" and ask you what it is?

connecting rod

it is a rod... and it does connect

connecting rod

how about connecting two slices of bread. im hungry.

lol,

im sorry, i had to. did not expect a female input on this subject matter. :)

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