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Old 07-05-2013, 02:53 AM   #1
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Default Outlook Suspension Parts?

Hi All,
I've searched for 4 hour on the forum and Google, but I cannot find the definitive information on Outlook suspension parts.

For example, I can't find any mention of part numbers for Suspension Springs. Not in the forums or anywhere on Google or part stores.

I have determined the part numbers for the struts:

Front Monroe Sensa-Tract Strut #72518
Rear Monroe Sensa-Trac Shock #37315

And for the stabilizer bar links (which are supposed to make a big difference according to many posts here):

Front MOOG Stabilizer Bar Link #K750155
Rear MOOG Stabilizer Bar Link #K700633

I'm not sure whether I should also replace the Control Bars when replacing the Stabilizer Bars, and if so, which I need (it seems there are Front Lowers + Rear Uppers -- and no other models are available).

Does anyone have any ideas on either of these points, where I can locate the proper coil springs, and whether I should also get new control bars to be safe?

Thank you in advance!
RKM

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Old 07-05-2013, 11:18 PM   #2
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Default Re: Outlook Suspension Parts?

You might want to look at www.parts.com. I don't believe this site provides part numbers but it does sell oem parts at reasonable prices.

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Old 07-06-2013, 01:13 AM   #3
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Default Re: Outlook Suspension Parts?

@OutlookOwner, that's a great site, thank you.

They do appear to have springs, it's just a bummer because I have no idea what I'm buying (no brand of any sort).

I was hoping to find something like Moog, etc. Still, this site at least gives me hope!

If anyone else comes up with any part numbers or ideas, third party options, etc -- please let me know!

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Old 07-06-2013, 01:49 AM   #4
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Default Re: Outlook Suspension Parts?

Unfortunately, it is now very difficult to look up Saturn parts, especially if the parts are "dealership only" parts. Fortunately, many newer Saturns -- like my Relay and your Outlook -- are rebranded GM vehicles, so particularly for chassis parts, you can go to a Chevy or GMC dealership and get the same part (or get help looking up the part number if you want to try to find it cheaper online). Saturn Outlook = Chevrolet Traverse or GMC Acadia.

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Old 07-06-2013, 02:42 AM   #5
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Default Re: Outlook Suspension Parts?

Definitely. I never try looking for anything without trying the same year GMC Acadia as well.

Unfortunately that hasn't worked. Still no springs under any Lambda model

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Old 07-07-2013, 01:14 AM   #6
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If anyone else comes up with any part numbers or ideas, third party options, etc -- please let me know!
Another site that sells genuine GM parts is www.gmpartsgiant.com.

OEM Part Numbers for springs:
Front 15232942
Rear (FWD) 15835458
(AWD) 15835457

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