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The bar in the front that looks loke a handle bar and has bushings what is it


If the bar goes from side to side it is called a sway bar. If it goes from one side to alittle past center it is called the stabilizer bar.

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How do you replace sway bars on a 1995 olds 88 royale?


you will need to disconnect the sway bar from the sway bar links(in most cases you might as well replace the links as well since they may snap while trying to remove them). You will then remove the sway bar bushing caps 2 bolts on each of the 2 caps and lower the sway bar. Is the bar cracked? should not require replacing if it isn't cracked. the rubber bushings and links do wear over time and yes the bar can crack.

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I have a chrysler 300, 2005 model with 3.5 liter V6. I have a noise in the front end when going over small bumps like something is loose. A metel noise. Dealer has replaced 4 tie rod end and lower...


The link pins could be the culprit if they have play in them, also the sway bar bushings can be worn. Another common noise can occur from play between the brake pads and caliper. The pads have a tab on each end that can wear over time

Jan 18, 2011 | 2005 Chrysler 300

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Because of Popping noise I replaced the struts. The popping noise is still there, it appears to be the bar that is attatched to the strut popping on the connection below the strut. What is that bar called?


The sway bar is connected to the strut via the sway bar link pins which very commoonly go bad and make popping,rattling,and clunking type noises

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Rattling noise when driving on uneven payment


check your sway bar link pins they might need replaced and also check the control arm bushings make sure they arent ripped and sway bar bushings

Apr 30, 2010 | 1997 Nissan Maxima

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How to replace rear sway bar links on a 1999 regal for knocking noise


First remove the tire on its corresponding side position of the side you are going to change.
the easiest way is to remove the pin and nut and that holds the spindle thing on top so you have some kind of slack to play with the sway bar link..then mark the thread of the all one how much deep is it where it connects to the sway bar so you put the one the same or you will need to take for aligment.
Next the remove the pin going through the nut opening...Then you will need to remove the nut that is facing down on the bolt of the sway bar link once the nut is out push the link bar up if it is to tight beat it with a hammer or a mallet from down the bolt to the top but before doing it make sure you got the right part you don't want to beat the all one up and have the wrong part..

Then just put new one in and the same way the old one was and everything should be good from there. Just put everything viceverse of how you started...

You should be good getting the spindle back in place may be hard if you can get someone to help you to push it is going to be lot more easier...'


Good luck. CR
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Mar 15, 2010 | 1999 Buick Regal

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Front sway bar link kit, what is the order of installation. all my bushings are rotted away.


Remove the sway bar links from lower control arms. Replace the sway bar mount to frame bushings first. Then install sway bar link bushings. Note how they come apart and install in the same manner.

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How to replace 2000 mercury sable sway bar links


It does require loosening of the sway bar mounting bolts. If you don't there is no way you will get this job done.Good Luck.

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How do i find a diagram showing my front end sway bar bushings?


The sway bar bushings are under the large clamps that hold the bar to the frame. The ends of the sway bar are connected to the struts by the sway bar links. When the links wear out, they clunk--not squeak. The bushings are under the retainer in the pic below.

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