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Toyota rear sway bar bushing pictures

The bushing and lever can i see a picture

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SOURCE: Rear Sway bar bushings

These are not very hard to do but the nuts are usually rusted and you may need a torch. All you do is jack up the rear end of the car to release pressure on the sway bar. Then remove the nuts on the sway bar bushing bolts. Remove the assembly and put in the new ones in reverse order. Should take a couple of hours.

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SOURCE: I was replacing the rear sway bar bushings on my

You can try to drill out the broken bolts, or you can use heat, if you can grasp the bit of bolt poking out the back side of the plate. Get the bolt tips red hot with a torch or as hot as you can. Grab the parts of the bolt with a vise grip pliers and try and turn it out. If this does not work, you will have to drill a small starter hole in the bolt to weaken them and allow it to shrink a-bit and turn out.

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On the suspension the only thing that can leak are rack and pinion, shock asorbers,and motor mount and axle boot.there is no fluid in sway bar you need to find someone who will show you and who you trustcansmo_152.gifcansmo_153.gifcansmo_154.gif

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