How to Replace Sway Bar Bushings On Most Vehicles – Stabilizer Bar Bushing Replacement Chevy Equinox

This video tutorial walks through the process of replacing sway bar bushings on a 2011 Chevy Equinox. The process covered in this video on how to replace stabilizer bar bushings will be the same or very similar on most vehicles. While the sway bar bushing bracket bolt sizes may vary, the process of removing the stabilizer bar bushings and reinstalling the sway bar bushings is going to be the same or similar. Often times, replacing sway bar bushings will resolve unknown “clunking” noises that can be heard in the front of the vehicle. Replacement stabilizer bar bushings can also restore your vehicle’s handling capability. When looking into how to replace sway bar bushings, you will find that the process is quick and easy. Stabilizer bar bushings are also fairly inexpensive. when compare to other vehicle suspension components.
The process covered in this video repair tutorial will be the same or similar on most vehicles including U.S. and Canadian models of:
2005 – 2016 Chevrolet Equinox
2005 – 2012 Pontiac Torrent
2005 – 2016 GMC Acadia
2005 – 2016 GMC Terrain
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