How to Install a Sway Bar Link on a Ford?

Answer Ford vehicles use two methods to attach the sway bar links. One type uses a bolt-on link, which features rubber molded into the ends of the links. The other method employs a tube and rubber cushion... Read More »

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How to Install a Bolt & Link on the Front Sway Control on a 2000 Ford Expedition?

From 1978 through 1996, Ford offered the F-Series-based Bronco as its sole full-size SUV. When Ford decided to perform a drastic overhaul on the F-150 in 1997, the automaker chose to eliminate the ... Read More »

How to Install a Sway Bar Link?

The sway bar on your vehicle is designed to connect the driver's side suspension to the passenger side, so that when you turn a corner, the vehicle won't lean heavily from side to side. The sway ba... Read More »

How to Change a Sway Bar Link on a 96 Ford Explorer?

The sway bar links on the 1996 Ford Explorer connect the sway bar ends with the chassis. The links allow for some movement between the sway bar ends and chassis, while still holding the sway bar in... Read More »

How to Remove the Sway Bar Link in a Ford Explorer?

Ford Explorer sway bar links connect both ends of the sway bar to the rest of the Explorer's suspension. The purpose of the links is to assist the bar in dampening body roll when the Explorer is de... Read More »