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What are the bushings for the rear arm called? Like how to describe them to buy them online or at the dealership. Help would be great here, Every time I slow down or go over any kind of little tiny bump, and accelerate with the gas pedal, A very loud squeak noise comes from the back side of the car. I was told it needs new bushings, and I want to make sure to get the right ones before I buy them. Thank you in advance.

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This is a anti sway bar,,so when u go to the dealer ask for bushing for Anti sway bar for your year car.Hope this helps

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