Dec 25, How to remove and replace your sway bar bushings and end links. Also Inspection procedure and other very useful tips. Links to Tools and Equipment Used in th. Apr 19, Unscrew the clamp bolts of the sway bar bushings (fig.1). Remove the clamps. Take note of the location of the bushings cuttings.
Dismount the sway bar bushings. Clean the clamps and the housing areas of the bushings and sway bar from rust and dirt. Assess the wearout and damages of the clamps and sway bar.
If necessary, replace the parts. Installation.
How to Replace Sway Bar Bushings.
You may have to remove the sway bar end links to get the sway bar to move enough to replace the bushings grease the bushings properly with wheel bearing grease or another heavy-duty grease to keep them quiet. Make sure you tighten the bushing bolts completely. It should compress the bushing slightly giving you a nice quiet bushdig.barted Reading Time: 3 mins.
Apr 26, Remove the nuts holding the sway bar link to the bar and control arm. Remove the link. Link removal on some front-wheel-drive cars will require a ¼-inch Allen wrench to keep the bolt from spinning.
Install the new link and thread the nuts onto the ball joint studs by hand. Aug 15, [FONT="] Step 4 – Remove the sway bar bushing. There is a slit in the bushing and it should be pointed toward the rear of the car. Simply open up the bushing like a Pac-Man mouth and pull it off of the sway bar.
Remove the 4 bolts that hold the old sway bar bushing collars on, and remove the old rubber sway bar bushings. Slip the new polyurethane collar over the sway bar, and the steel strap over the top of it. Apply the square washers over the strap and install the new flanged bolts provided in your kit.