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I've a 1999 dodge caravan, I took it to Sear Auto to fix the sway bar link, the car has a crunk sound when driving, I cannot seem to get rid of the sound, Sear does not seem to know how to solve the problem, do anyon has a solution??????????

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Sway bar link kits with lifetime warranty are available. I had replaced mine twice in two years and now a third time except this time I am going to to it myself and with better parts. Also make sure they check the tie bars.

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I've seen this problem before. The problem isn't the sway bar link, they were close, they should have replace the sway bar bushings all together. I'd take it back to Sears and tell them that they didn't solve the problem.

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