Here's the whole package:
This is a discussion on Rear Sway Bar/EndLinks Install within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; I just got done installing a Perrin 22mm Rear SwayBar & EndLinks. I don't have anything to do, so I ...
First thing's first: SAFETY. Jack up the rear of the car and make sure the jack stands you'll be using supports the weight of the car. If you have mechanics gloves, use it.
Using 14mm wrench and rachet, unbolt from the endlink the bolts that holds the stock swaybar and lateral link.
NOTE: If you're not replacing the endlinks, then unbolt the end connected directly to the swaybar.
Last edited by GotWRX03; 08-26-2004 at 07:01 PM.
After removing the the bushings, you should be able to slide the stock swaybar out.
Also, I find it easier to remove things on the passenger side if you remove the wheel. So, take this time to remove the rear passenger side wheel.
( I assume you know how to do that, that's why I'm not including a picture ) j/k
Last edited by GotWRX03; 08-26-2004 at 06:54 PM.
Now that you have remove all the stock pieces, all is left is to install the aftermarket parts.
Here's the order:
* Swaybar Mounts
* Before connecting the bushings to the swaybar, make sure to grease the bushings - goooood - (so the swaybar won't squeek) then install the bushings to the swaybar and bolt it to the mounts.
* Using the stock 14mm nut and bolts, connect the aftermarket endlinks.
* Install the wheel(s)
* Lower the Car
* Go for a test drive.
Last edited by GotWRX03; 08-26-2004 at 07:32 PM.