How to Replace Front Sway Bar Links 1999-07 Chevy Silverado

How to Replace Front Sway Bar Links 1999-07 Chevy Silverado

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Sway bar links connect the sway bar (stabilizer bar) to other suspension components. They have a movable joint that can be damaged or wear out over time. When that happens, the joints get loose, and rattle. This video shows you how to install new TRQ sway bar links on your 1999-2007 Chevy Silverado.

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William Ward says:

You're supposed to torque the sway bars too.. Oh that's right the thumb

MrRagequitnow says:

Same style of links are on the Pontiac Aztek. Finding Aztek specific info for free is hard, so looking at other GM vehicles at the same era, has gotten me through an entire suspension rebuild. Thanks for the info! This is my first vehicle I've done brakes and handling first.

ayla lanman says:

Thank you guys you just helped my replace my sway bar link on my 2002 suburban!

Jody Banks says:

Great video man! It’s exactly what I needed to accomplish thanks to you.

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