Tip & How-To about Toyota Tundra
First of all make sure the vehicle is completely cool. Then
disconnect the battery ground wire.
2) Then place the vehicle on a rack or raise the front of the vehicle on supports.
3) Then remove the front wheels and tires.
4) The Loosen the nuts that connect the stabilizer bar links to the lower control arm.
5) Then remove the nuts and disconnect the links from the lower control arm.Stabilize the link with the help of the wrench. Remove the nut and remove the retainers, cushions and link. Pull the bolts then remove the stabilizer bar along with the brackets and cushions.
6) Then put the new stabilizer in position. Install the two cushions and the two brackets. Tighten the bolts to 19 to 22 foot pounds. Then steady the stabilizer bar link with a wrench. Put the link on the lower control arm. Install a new nut. Torque the nut to 10 to 14 foot pounds.
7) Put the front wheels and tires back on the vehicle. Lower the vehicle.
8) Then Road test the vehicle to assure proper handling.
This will help.goodluck.
Posted by charlymont... on
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