Sway Bar End Link Rear
A sway bar is connected to control arms or struts with the help of sway bar end links. Each sway bar features one sway bar end link per side. Sway bars that are installed at the rear of a vehicle are attached with rear end links.
Worn-out or damaged sway bar end links can cause an array of problems, including, but not limited to, knocking, clinking, or rattling noises when going over bumps or uneven terrains, and excessive body lean when turning.
Sway bar end link replacement
- Loose sway bar end links should be replaced, even if they do not cause any noises. Your mechanic may detect them when inspecting the suspension system.
- Sway bar bushings should be replaced along with sway bar end links.
- Replacing sway bar bushings, sway bar end links or a sway bar itself should not affect the alignment settings of a vehicle.