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Install Rear Sway Bar

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Tools Needed:

- Size 13 & 16 Sockets

Step 1:

Jack up the vehicle and use Jack Stands to keep it up. Please DO NOT leave the vehicle sitting on the jack.

Step 2:

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.

Step 3:

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.

Step 4:

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.

Step 5:

Wiggle in the new Sway Bar exactly the same way the stock one came out. Make sure you DO NOT install it upside down.

Step 6:

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.

Step 7:

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.

Step 8:

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.

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