Have problems with your Chevrolet’s handling, loose suspension, or hearing some clunking noise? Learn how to fix it by replacing the sway bar link of your Chevrolet.
- Clunking noise,
- Rattling from the front end,
- Loose suspension,
- Poor handling
What you will need
You will need a few basic tools to change Chevrolet sway bar links.
- Chevrolet Sway Bar Link
- Car Jack
- Jack Stands
- Penetrating Oil
- Metric Open-End Wrench Set
- Park your Chevy on level ground and place blocks behind the rear wheels to prevent the vehicle from rolling back.
Jack up your Chevrolet and make sure to set the parking brake.
- Remove the front wheel. Place a jack stand under the vehicle to support it.
- Locate the sway bar link that you need to replace.
- 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.
You do not need to carry wheel alignment when you replace only the sway bar links. Changing the sway bar end links is easy and can be completed in less than one hour.
We hope this guide, “Replace Chevrolet Sway Bar Link,” is helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Chevrolet vehicle.
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