How to Replace Rear Sway Bar Link 07-11 Honda CR-V

How to Replace Rear Sway Bar Link 07-11 Honda CR-V

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In this video, 1A Auto shows you how to remove, replace, and install a sway bar end link. This video is applicable to the 09 Honda CR-V

🔧 List of tools used:
• 15mm Socket
• 19mm Socket
• 1/2 Inch Breaker Bar
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions
• Torque Wrench
• Floor Jack
• Jack Stands
• Wire Brush

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Engage RC says:

Stupid question: If you do decide to use an allen key, how would you then get the socket on the bolt to remove it?

Cryptony46 says:

Are the studs really tight on that brand?

Nostric says:

Can you change the rear sway bar links with the car on the ground? Or does the wheels have to be lifted in the air to do this job?

Tim Zzz says:

When you live in the salt and rust areas removing these bolts is impossible. I knew the old parts were trash so I just angle grindered the bolts off. Faster and easier.

Dan Monaco says:

does the package say what torque to use?

Dani Candello says:

Thank you for all of the instructional videos! It's helping me work on my own Honda!! 🙂

Scottish Bawbag says:

Hi, will longer links, 2 inches longer, affect the rear wheel camber?

Imad Pola says: it matters to put them by correct side like driver side and passenger side?

1sttobylopez says:

Shouldn't both sway bar links match? Wouldn't you recommend changing out both at the same time instead of just one? for that matter Wouldn't you recommend not having one sway bar link be the OEM and the other be an aftermarket completely different build? a mismatch if you will like having only one drilled and slotted rotor for example.

BTN LED says:

You make removing the old ones look far too easy. Ive just changed mine. They were the original ones on a 10 year old CRV. Rusted and swollen, and as for the allen key fitting in the end. Forget it.!!! Luckily I was able to remove them both from the car but the anti roll bar end, forget it. I had to take the anti roll bar off and smash the links off, bench vice..etc…I intended to change the anti roll bar bushes anyway but sometimes, these vids really make these jobs look easy but removing rusted nuts and bolts and only a small allen key to stop the whole thing turning, it just doesnt happen like at the movies with just a quick spray of magical

TheDeafcanadian says:

what lbs torque for final?

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