Rear Sway Bar
Your vehicle’s sway bar is a metal component that connects the axles to the suspension. The sway bar’s purpose is to stabilize the vehicle while cornering and taking turns and improve the vehicle’s handling overall. The sway bar also helps to prevent your vehicle from tipping over on sharp maneuvers. This is especially important in SUVs and taller vehicles.
Signs of a bad rear sway bar
- Car leans too much when cornering
- Abnormal noise coming from suspension
Rear Sway Bar Maintenance
Sway bar end links are a common source of abnormal noises coming from the vehicle’s suspension. If you notice this with your car, it is important to reach out to a car care professional to resolve this issue. The best way to get service done on your rear sway bar is to book an appointment through CarAdvise. CarAdvise makes car care simple and guarantees that you will pay less than retail shop price!