How to Change a Stabilizer Bar?

Answer Stabilizer bars (aka anti-roll, roll, sway and anti-sway bars) are supplemental torsion springs designed to assist the main coil springs in preventing body roll during cornering. The sway bar is a ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Change a Stabilizer Bar

How to Change Stabilizer Link?

The stabilizer bar on any vehicle is connected to the control arms through two vertically positioned link rods. Any damage to one of these link rods will cause a major issue with the vehicle's susp... Read More »

How to Change a Stabilizer Bar Linkage?

The stabilizer bar runs laterally across the front suspension, anchored to the front cross member with stabilizer bar brackets. The bar connects to the suspension with stabilizer bar links on each ... Read More »

How to Change Steering Stabilizer Shocks?

The steering stabilizer shock, often called a shimmy shock, is responsible for dampening any harmonic vibrations that build up in the front suspension due to uneven road surfaces. While the stabili... Read More »

How to Change Stabilizer Shocks on a Jeep?

Shock absorbers on your Jeep should be replaced every 75,000 miles. Shock absorbers minimize the absorption of bumps in the road. They attach from the frame of the vehicle to the axle in the suspe... Read More »