How to Replace a Sway Bar?

Answer The sway bar on a car or truck is designed to tie together the corners in a suspension. If you lean hard into a right hand turn, the sway bar translates that movement into the left corner and keeps... Read More »

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How to Replace the Sway Bar End on a '97 Accord?

In 1997, the Accord came standard with a 130-horsepower, 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine and had an optional 170-horsepower, 2.7-liter V-6 engine. The 1997 Accord also came standard with front doubl... Read More »

How to Replace a Sway Bar Link in an E39 BMW?

The E39-generation BMW 5 Series is the fourth generation of this German sedan. Like all cars, the sway bars on the E39 are fastened to the suspension with end links that come off of the sway bar at... Read More »

How to Replace a BMW Sway Bar Link?

The sway bar on a BMW is a thin, tubular length of metal that is bolted to both sides of the car's suspension. Most BMWs have front and rear sway bars. The purpose of a sway bar is to reduce body r... Read More »

How to Replace a Sway Bar on a Chrysler?

The sway bars on a Chrysler (if it is equipped with them) are simple but important devices that make the car handle better by reducing body roll during cornering. A sway bars is a thin length of me... Read More »