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Old 03-05-2010, 09:33 AM   #1
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Front Sway Bar Install?

I'm going to tackle this tomorrow and I'm wondering if anyone has any tricks to make it easier. I've heard that removing the front struts helps.
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Old 03-18-2010, 01:41 PM   #2
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I'm going to tackle this tomorrow and I'm wondering if anyone has any tricks to make it easier. I've heard that removing the front struts helps.
Well the pain of the matter is you almost have to drop the whole subframe to get the front one in...

I would really wait until you need a clutch to do this job... thats me though...

Other than that just start dropping subframe bolts after you take all the attachments off for the powersteering lines...
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I think we jsut took the bolts off and jiggled it out ( but broke two of the blind ones- so makes sure you can get them at the dealer if you need the car right away.

It was easier to get out than in but if you take you time it is doable.
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