Question about 2001 Dodge Caravan
Dear sirs, I've a 2001 grd caravan awd. Attached to the rear differential is approximately a 3ft long stabilizer bar running towards the frt of the vehicle parallel to the drive shaft. The rubber bushing on the frt of this bar is totally shot. Can this bushing be pressed out and replaced with a new one? If so,where can I have it done? Or do I have to purchase a new stablizer bar from the dealership for almost 500 hundred dollars?
Any Machine Shop Will PRESS it in For you , And Yes you Should Be Able to Purchase it At Dealer For Around 20-30 Bucks. This Is the Rout to Go on this Problem.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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