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Sway bar 04 wrangler sway bar keeps pulling to driver side and diging into fram on passinger side. sway bar busings look good and are tight. any help?

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Check the rest of suspension ie:control arm bushings

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Have 1998 jeep wrangler,,,,,a bar that looks like part of axle keeps popping out. its near tire,could you tell me what it is


+It is called the rear sway bar . You can try urethane bushings first and if they don't hold your bar is probably bent and you will have to get another one.

Jul 20, 2014 | 1998 Jeep Wrangler

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I'm hoping I can replace & take care of it myself on my '02 Monte Carlo 3400.. Not sure which bar it is, but it's front driver's side, bar is broken off that looks like it should be attached to th


Front sway bar link, or tir rod end. The tie rod end moves the tire with the steering wheel.
The sway bar link helps keep the car stable around corners. And is normally a long bolt with washers and bushings running threw a long bar that connects the passenger side to driver side.

Nov 11, 2013 | 2002 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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What could be the knocking in the rear passinger side of car


Typically this is your sway bar end links. Check both front and rear end links, sometimes the location of the noise can fool you. Check for loosness, and replace with Moog end links which are greasable, unlike the stock ones. If you need help removing these, let me know, I can walk you through it.

Dec 23, 2010 | 2005 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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Install rear sway bar


a sway bar is usually u shaped and hooks to the body and the tops of the u hook to the axle with links that have bushings. most jeeps dont have a rear sway bar.the panhard bar is the rod that goes from one side of the axle to the body on the opposite side. its sometimes mistakenly called sway bar. it keeps the body from moving side to side around corners. then there are the torque bars they keep the axle from trying to rotate when accelerating.
none of this would be real expensive but if its been lifted a bunch then you may have problems

Mar 22, 2010 | 1999 Jeep Wrangler

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My jeep wrangler rubicon has a from diff lock


What they were referring to is disconnecting the sway bar. Located in the front of the jeep, you will see a bar that is bolted to the frame below the grill on the underside of the jeep. This bar will curve around and have links that drop off of it and attach to each end of the front axle.

The purpose of the bar is to control body sway in turns. By unbolting the lower bolt on the drop link at each end of the axle, you free up the suspension to articulate more to it's capability. The upside to this, is with more articulation in the suspension, you will be able to keep the tires in contact with the ground easier. Obviously, in offroad conditions, the more your tires are in contact with the ground, the more capable the vehicle.

The downside to this is you will have a noticeable increase in the amount of body roll your jeep has in turns on the street. On the street, the less body roll the better.

A common solution to this is to install Sway Bar Quick Disconnects. They basically replace the lower bolt in the drop links with a pin that is easily removed to play off-road, then quickly replaced when you head back out on the road.

You should be able to find them pretty easily with a simple google search for Sway Bar Quick Disconnects.

I hope that helps.

Dec 22, 2009 | 2008 Jeep Wrangler

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While driving over small bumps I hear a faint


there are many possibilties. Sway bar, sway busings, shock, tire, something in the brake pad, wheel bearing, the list goes on and on. Best bet is to let someone qualified to take a look and determin what's wrong before hundereds of dollars are spent without the cause being fixed.

Oct 31, 2009 | 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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How to get the front drive shaft past the sway


it comes out without lowering the sway bar
you unbolt both ends of the shaft and pull the front part out past the front diff towards the front of the engine and the rear part of the shaft will just fall out if you cant figure it out
just remove the 4 15mm bolts that hold the sway bar to the frame and it will lower enough that will get it out no problem at all

Oct 04, 2009 | 2004 Ford F150

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How to repair stabilizer bar or sway bar


Keep a large prybar nearby, install the new links paying VERY close attention to the arrangement, Lower the sway bar with the prybar until you can get the locking fastener a few threads on and repeat for other side. P.S. to remove the old links a sawzall is VERY handy.

Jun 23, 2009 | 1999 Jeep Wrangler

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Front end is swaying/shaking


this is your sway bar...fix it immediately and don't drive it until it's repaired correctly.

Apr 01, 2009 | 1999 Jeep Wrangler

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Knock on left front suspension over bumps and rough roads


Have the sway-bar end-links replaced. They will thunk and rattle over washboard or severe bumps, but will not when wheels are turned and sway-bar is loaded.Fairly cheap and easy repair, no alignment needed.

Mar 24, 2009 | 2001 Volvo S60

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