Does your Acura vehicle have loose suspension, clunking noise, poor handling, or rattling from the front end? Learn how to fix it by replacing the Sway Bar Link of your vehicle. Changing the sway bar link (also known as an anti-roll bar or torsion beam) on an ACURA model is an easy job you can perform right in your driveway.
You will need a few basic tools and one hour for each link to change an ACURA sway bar link. Instructions are the same for passenger and driver-side sway bar links.
- Clunking noise,
- Rattling from the front end,
- Loose suspension,
- Poor handling
What you will need
- Sway Bar Link (x2)
- Mechanic Toolset Metric
- Car Jack
- Jack Stands
- Torque Wrench
Park the ACURA on a level surface. Set the parking brake. Secure the rear wheels.
Break loose the lug nuts but don’t remove them yet.
Jack up your ACURA, Secure the rear wheels, and set the parking brake.
Locate the sway bar link that you will be replacing. Location of sway bar link on Acura TLX.
Remove the nut that secures the sway bar link to the front strut.
Remove the lower nut that secures the sway bar link to the sway bar.
Install the new sway bar and torque the nuts according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
We hope you find the Acura Sway Bar Link Replacement guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Acura vehicle.
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