Install Rear Sway Bar
- Size 13 & 16 Sockets
Jack up the vehicle and use Jack Stands to keep it up. Please DO NOT leave the vehicle sitting on the jack.
Loosen up & remove the bolts of the Sway Bar Endlinks and Sway Bar mounts by using the size 16 socket. Do the same for the other side.
Remove the bushings on both sides of the bar BEFORE removing the bar from the car.
NOTE: You can use the size 13 socket to loosen up the B-pipe exhaust mount. You DO NOT have to remove them completely, but you can loosen them up to have a bit more room to wiggle your sway bar out.
Wiggle your Sway Bar out toward the DRIVER size of the car. I found that much easier way to take it off for some reason. This is what the 2 Sway Bars looks like side-by-side
The Stillen Sway Bar is much heavier than stock. You'll be able to compare the weight & thickness once your stock Sway Bar is off the car.
Wiggle in the new Sway Bar exactly the same way the stock one came out. Make sure you DO NOT install it upside down.
Attach Sway Bar Endlinks nuts to keep the bar in place. DO NOT TIGHTEN THEM AT THIS STEP. You will do that AFTER the next step.
Attach the bushings for both sides of the bar, then install the Sway Bar mount with the open end facing toward the REAR of the car.
Tighten the Endlinks nuts, then move on to the Sway Bar Mount bolts. Also, don't forget to tighten the exhaust B-Pipe mount. Make sure all bolts and nuts are tight. Try to wiggle the Sway Bar & Endlinks to see if you feel anything loose. If not, then it was installed properly.
Clean up your mess and enjoy your new Sway Bar.