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How to install rear sway bar 2001 chrysler neon

How do I go about installing a rear sway bar for a 2001 chrysler neon LE. The sway bar is new, I got it from the dealer.

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yes you can just replace the mounts, and not the whole sway bar... cheap fix.. good luck keith...

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cut the steel heater line at the front in a place you can get access to,leave yourself enough steel hose on the rear to allow you to put the heater hose on cut off the steel hose and discard, and use 2 hose clamps on either end do the same for the other heater hose,this way is cheap and easy and permanant.Be sure that when you run the heater hose keep it away from hot or moving parts,use the zip ties to fasten it along the way,this should take about a half hour or so depending on your skills and working conditions,remember to buy some antifreeze to top up the system because you are going to spill some,remember to clean any spills animals love it and it is deadly.

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I dont see how it could be too long, if its the one the car came with. The sway bar would not be in the owners manual. Its in front and it goes from left front wheel to right front wheel. it will have a connector link at each end to connect to the lower arm. Sometimes it called the Anti-Sway bar or Stabilizer bar.

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none of this would be real expensive but if its been lifted a bunch then you may have problems

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yes you can just replace the mounts, and not the whole sway bar... cheap fix.. good luck keith...

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