Chevy Impala SS Forum banner

Fleetwood Steering Dampner: Sources

4235 Views 9 Replies 6 Participants Last post by  96 Black
There was some discussion a good while ago about the steering dampner for the Fleetwood. Roadmasters had them as well. Goes without saying it requires the dedicated centerlink for the steering dampner. I have that information as well but anyone can look it up, as would seem could be done for sourcing steering dampners. I figure if I can do it how hard can it be?

Was surprised to bring up all available at one site.The info pasted over below and here is the link as well:

There are four listed . Click into the individual descriptions for all the years they fit. Price range is within reason as well.

Richard Snipes
4501 Safari in Jax, FL

Moog SSD77 Steering Damper
Moog - SSD77, MOSSD77

Moog SSD77 Steering Damper Features: Use on Cadillac 1977 - 1995 cars Designed as stock replacement Improves chassis performance and durability Easy to install
from $40.65
(16 sellers)

Compare Prices

No Image ACDelco 509-608 Strut Assembly
AC Delco - 509608, 509-608, AC509608

from $25.12
(8 sellers)

Compare Prices

KYB - SS10200, KYSS10200

KYB Steering Stabilizer is designed to restore steering control. It is made from sturdy material and minimizes steering vibration as well as wheel shimmy for reduced tire wear. This steering stabilizer is highly durable and ensures easy installation. Features: Designed...
from $23.00
(12 sellers)

Compare Prices

Auto Saver/Monroe SC2922 Stabilizer Cylinder
Monroe - SC2922, TSSC2922

Monro-Magnum Steering Stabilizer is ideally suited for trucks, vans, and four wheel drive vehicles. This cylinder stops the vibration before it gets to the driver. It increases control under all driving conditions by reducing steering shimmy and driver fatigue. This stabi...
from $23.02
(16 sellers)

Compare Prices
See less See more
1 - 1 of 10 Posts
Illustrations comparing FW & RM steering damper configuration

93 FW cooling system - water pump components - I don't understand the "how or why" that necessitated the need for the FW to have a different water pump setup in 1993, but I believe that the extra components (item 18, basically) shown in this illustration are what caused the FW to have the steering damper mounted to the LEFT frame rail instead of being just like the Buick.

93 FW steering linkage (shows steering damper - connected to left frame rail)

94-96 FW steering linkage (shows steering damper - connected to left frame rail)

94-96 RM steering linkage (shows steering damper - connected to left frame rail even though we KNOW it connects to right frame rail)

91-93 RM steering linkage (does not show steering damper)

92-93 RM steering column, showing NV7 sensor (item 90)

GM bulletin (TSB) was issued to cover the 92-93 RM with NV7 on a case-by-case basis to add the steering damper - was not production configuration.
See less See more
  • Like
Reactions: 1
1 - 1 of 10 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.