Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
Needs to be greased. get a grease gun and crawl underneath and add grease to all grease zerks. your sway bar bushings could be dry too. spray them with some silicone lubricant. there is a bar that runs the width of the vehicle underneath usually between radiator and engine. This is your sway bar. There will be two metal horseshoe shaped brackets with rubber surrounding the bar. The rubber is your sway bar bushings.
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