Rear Sway Bar End Links
Your sway bar end links are what connects the sway bar to your suspension. There is one located on every end of the sway bar and the rear links are located at the rear of the vehicle. Occasionally, these rear sway bar end links will need to be replaced when they go bad. CarAdvise provides the easiest way to book car maintenance and pay less than retail price for all services. Book your sway bar end link replacement with CarAdvise today.
Signs of a worn rear sway bar end link
- Rattling noise while driving
- Leaning to one side while cornering
- Popping sound from the bottom of the vehicle while going over bumps
What happens when rear sway bar end links get repaired?
- During routine inspections, your mechanic will feel your rear end links for looseness. If your sway bar end links are too loose, they will be replaced with new ones, even if they haven’t caused driving issues yet.
- When getting sway bar end links replaced, it is common for the sway bar bushings to be replaced along with them.
- As long as other parts of the suspension are in good working order, replacing the sway bar, end links, or bushings will negate the need for a wheel alignment at that time.