How to Replace Sway Arm Bushings on a 1999 F250?

Answer The 1999 Ford F-250 ¾-ton truck uses a front sway bar, also called a stabilizer bar, to help improve handling and reduce body roll when turning. When you enter a turn, the vehicle leans toward the... Read More »

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How to Replace the Bushings on an S-10 Blazer Sway Bar?

Replacing sway bar bushings in a Chevrolet Blazer improves the performance of the suspension and provides a more controlled ride than you could attain with the stock bushings. If you're installing ... Read More »

How to Replace Sway Bar Bushings in a 2000 Volvo S40?

The S40 is a small car from Volvo that was developed during Ford's ownership of the company. The S40 is based on a joint Ford/Mitsubishi platform, the "Carisma." It is popular in northern cities du... Read More »

How to Replace Subaru Front Sway Bar Bushings?

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How to Replace the Bushings for the Anti-Sway Bar on a 2003 Ford F-250?

The 2003 Ford F-250 3/4-ton pickup is equipped with a front anti-sway bar. Anti-sway bars help vehicle stability by linking the left and right suspension components together. When the F-250 goes in... Read More »