Rear Sway Bar
A rear sway bar, also called an anti-roll bar or an anti-sway bar, is used to reduce a vehicle’s body rolling to one of the sides when the vehicle is going around a turn. By design, it is a metal bar that connects the left and right sides of the suspension system.
A damaged or loosen rear sway bar will cause excessive body lean and abnormal noises when hitting a bump.
Rear sway bar replacement
- Worn-out sway bar end links can be a source of abnormal suspension noises
- Replacing a rear sway bar doesn’t require a four-wheel alignment. However, if other suspension parts are replaced, a wheel alignment can be necessary.