How to Replace the Sway Bar Link Bushings on a 2004 Dodge Caravan?

Answer During a turn, inertia transfers the weight of the vehicle onto the suspension closest to the outside of the turn. This compresses the suspension, causing the body to lean (roll). The sway bar link... Read More »

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How to Replace a Dodge Neon Sway Bar Link?

A sway bar link on a Dodge Neon connects the sway bar ends to the rest of the front suspension. Neon sway bar links are comprised of metal rods with rubber bushings at each end. The link absorbs so... Read More »

How to Install Sway Bar Bushings in a Grand Caravan?

The bushings on a Dodge Caravan or Dodge Grand Caravan stabilize the sway bar to the frame of the undercarriage. When they wear out, the allow the sway bar to contact the frame and create an annoyi... Read More »

How to Change Sway Bar Bushings on a 2004 Chrysler Van?

The 1994 Chrysler Town and Country was introduced with a 3.8 liter V-6 engine, available in either 2-wheel or all-wheel drive. The van came with front and rear anti-roll bars, also known as sway ba... Read More »

How to Replace the EGR Valve on a 2004 Dodge Caravan?

The exhaust gas recirculation valve on the 2004 Dodge Caravan reintroduces unburned exhaust gas into the cylinders. This not only helps with emissions, but it cools the exhaust gasses down, too, he... Read More »