How to replace front anti roll bar link on SUZUKI SWIFT 3 Hatchback [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

How to replace front anti roll bar link on SUZUKI SWIFT 3 Hatchback [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

How to replace front anti roll bar link / front drop link / front sway bar link SUZUKI SWIFT 3 (MZ, EZ) Hatchback 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]

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00:12 — Raise the front of the car and secure on supports
00:14 — Loosen the wheel mounting bolts
00:17 — Remove the front wheels
00:21 — Use a combination spanner No.14. Use a HEX bit No.6. Unscrew the stabilizer link upper fastening
00:43 — Use a combination spanner No.14. Use a HEX bit No.6. Unscrew the lower fastener of the stabilizer rod/link
00:53 — Remove the stabilizer rod
00:58 — Install the new link, tighten the nut of its fastening and tighten the washer
01:10 — Tighten the lower fastener of the stabilizer rod/link. Use a combination spanner No.14. Use a HEX bit No.6
01:20 — Tighten the stabilizer link upper fastening. Use a combination spanner No.14. Use a HEX bit No.6

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autodoc.co.uk says:

00:12 — Raise the front of the car and secure on supports
00:14 — Loosen the wheel mounting bolts
00:17 — Remove the front wheels
00:21 — Use a combination spanner No.14. Use a HEX bit No.6. Unscrew the stabilizer link upper fastening
00:43 — Use a combination spanner No.14. Use a HEX bit No.6. Unscrew the lower fastener of the stabilizer rod/link
00:53 — Remove the stabilizer rod
00:58 — Install the new link, tighten the nut of its fastening and tighten the washer
01:10 — Tighten the lower fastener of the stabilizer rod/link. Use a combination spanner No.14. Use a HEX bit No.6
01:20 — Tighten the stabilizer link upper fastening. Use a combination spanner No.14. Use a HEX bit No.6

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How to replace rubber link stabilizer?

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