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Stabilizer bar

NOTE: To service the stabilizer bar the vehicle must be on a drive on hoist. The vehicle suspension must be at curb height for stabilizer bar installation.

REMOVAL

(1) Remove the stabilizer bar retainer bolts from the lower suspension arms (Fig. 13) and remove the retainers.

(2) Remove the stabilizer bar retainer nuts, bolts and retainers from the frame crossmember (Fig. 13) and remove the bar.

(3) If necessary, remove the bushings from the stabilizer bar.

Fig. 13 Stabilizer Bar Fig. 13 Stabilizer Bar

1 - LOWER SUSPENSION ARM

2 - FLAG NUT

3 - STABILIZER BAR

4 - RETAINER

INSTALLATION

(1) If removed, install the bushings on the stabilizer bar.

(2) Position the stabilizer bar on the frame crossmember brackets and install the retainers and nuts and bolts finger-tight (Fig. 13).

NOTE: Check the alignment of the bar to ensure there is no interference with the either frame rail or chassis component. Spacing should be equal on both sides.

(3) Install the stabilizer bar to the lower suspension arm.

(4) Install the retainers and bolts to the lower suspension arm and tighten to 34 N*m (25 ft. lbs.).

(5) Tighten the frame retainer nuts to 190 N*m (140 ft. lbs.).

(6) Tighten the frame retainer bolts to 108 N*m (80 ft. lbs.).

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