Replacing Stabilzer bar Link Pins

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by: CLScientist on 09/16/2014 Views 4072



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  • Tire iron to remove wheels
  • Jack and jack stands
  • Penetrating oil


This was my first big project that i decided to tackle on my own. One of the two Link pins that hold the front stabilizer bar to the cars steering knuckles had rusted and split, and was making a popping noise while driving the vehicle. The pins only cost 40 dollars for the pair. and I already had the tools... or so I thought... Near the end of the replacement, I discovered I needed a specific sized Torx wrench. which I then walked to the store to get.

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