1aauto: You should be able to match them up at a hardware store, or your local dealer should be able to get them for you. Hope this helps you out. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
fueleduprising: Do you know what the bolts are for the links (size/part number). I was replacing the rear links and the bottom bolts torqued off on both sides. I couldn't get them loose with a ratchet so I had to try the air gun and well you know what happened already.
1aauto: They might be. We sell the correct ones for your truck on our website 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
CiscoN18: I'm new to fixing my own vehicle so I do apologize for the "newbie" question. But are the bushings in the front different than those in the rear?
Steve Smith: Thanks I need to replace my rear links.I just order them it said rear link kit for 01 dodge dakota.
David Weirich: Great vid. I am taking steering and suspension in school right now, and it's good to actually see a repair like this as opposed to just reading about it in a book.
1aauto: You might be able to make the repair without jacking the car up.
john2000cash: Hi, thanks for this informative upload.
Do you need to have the wheels off the ground to replace these bushings? My car is a front wheel drive Jaguar X Type and I need to replace the rear sway bar bushings - just like these but they're upside-down. Can I just drive my car over the garage pit and remove them or does the wheel have to be jacked? Is there tension on the bar when wheels are on the ground?
1aauto: No problem at all. We're having a video contest right now that you might be interested in. Here's a link to it on our website. blog.1aauto.com/2012/06/15/1a-auto-video-contest-has-officially-begun/
10jmsoccer: ok so after pushing down on the car for a while i was able to hear where i think its coming from. i think its the sway bar.. so i guess I'm in the right spot in youtube to fix it;) thanks!
1aauto: It sounds like it could be dry bushings. You may want to have a friend push up and down on the car while you take a look under it to see if you can tell where it's coming from. Hope this helps you out. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
10jmsoccer: Hi, i have a question regarding my 1997 Camaro. I'm not sure if the problem is the bushings but i wanted to ask around. Whenever i'm driving my car the rear end makes a noise. Whether going in a strait line or turning. Its like a whining/squeaking sound. Not sure how to describe it. Also when the car is parked i can go and push down on the rear spoiler and it will make the same sound. Clearly something with the rear suspension, but what?
1aauto: Here's a link to a video that we did on the front sway bars. We currently do not have a video on the rear sway bar links. They're usually not to bad to remove. youtube.com/watch?v=rCyuFcSpU0I&feature=plcp&context=C4a74fa8VDvjVQa1PpcFMA78OAVN6CQCcZ0gfd3Yxu1Q9lnhIVY_Q%3D
DaddyFat Sacks: hello . would this be the same way on a 97 ford expedition Sir? an also are thier only rear bushing or front ones also?
TheAirsoftMaster7: Do you have a video of how to replace the sway bar end links?
1aauto: It's not to bad of a job, fairly simple as you can see in the video.
dangflo: i was told this was 3 hour job!?
1aauto: I would replace it as soon as possible to maintain the safety of the vehicle.
worromot024: Me again, after taking a closer look at my rear sway bar i saw that it is broken around the attachment to the strut. Should i remove it until repairs can be made so i don't get a explosion from the rear of my vehicle every time i hit a bump?
1aauto: The stabilizer bar helps to keep the front end or the vehicle from wandering at high speeds. It also helps to stabilize and help to keep the vehicle level, when taking a turn, such as taking an exit off of the freeway. They should be left on for safety reasons.
worromot024: Can somebody tell me what completely removing the stabilizer bar would do to my 2001 Dodge Durango?
Edit: Pros and Cons?
GordonEdward: Same thing with me 01 Dodge Neon. Oddly enough Midas wanted over $600 to replace them.
James Waters: probably they make alot of noise but they are really easy to replace only 2 bolts don't need to jack up the car although it makes it easier and just get the bushing not the kit unless you have unusable bolts. Just replaced them in my 93 Camry today
Amber T: My mechanic told me that I needed these replaced on my 2001 Neon. It pops, thumps and thuds on every bump. Would it make noises like that? Also, should I get the "Kit" or just the bushings? :)
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