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Old 09-01-12, 07:22 PM   #1
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Default How to replace front anti-roll/torsion bar bushes

How to replace front anti-roll/torsion bar bushes
To replace front torsion bar bushes you need
1) Jack
2) 2 Trestles / Vehicle stands
3) Socket set and Ratchet
4) Spanner set
... 5) D rubber bushes (parts)

Loosen both front wheels wheelnuts
Jack vehicle up and put vehicle stands under vehicle but make sure that both wheels are off the ground after vehicle rest it's full weight on the stands
Take wheels off
Loosen anti-roll/torsion bar intermediate link connecting ball joints
On the crossmember you will see were the torsion bar is bolted on with a metal bracket and bolt that holds the D rubber bushes in place , unbolt bolt and unclip bracket .
The D rubber bushes are splitted so unsplit and remove bushes.
Fitting is reversal from removal procedure
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Old 09-01-12, 09:49 PM   #2
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How to replace front torsion bar bushes
To replace front torsion bar bushes you need
1) Jack
2) 2 Trestles / Vehicle stands
3) Socket set and Ratchet
4) Spanner set
... 5) D rubber bushes (parts)

Loosen both front wheels wheelnuts
Jack vehicle up and put vehicle stands under vehicle but make sure that both wheels are off the ground after vehicle rest it's full weight on the stands
Take wheels off
Loosen torsion bar intermediate link connecting ball joints
On the crossmember you will see were the torsion bar is bolted on with a metal bracket and bolt that holds the D rubber bushes in place , unbolt bolt and unclip bracket .
The D rubber bushes are splitted so unsplit and remove bushes.
Fitting is reversal from removal procedure
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Old 10-01-12, 10:00 AM   #3
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Torsion bar and anti-roll bar is same name ,diffrent manufacture or country's have diffrent names for same part like some call a screw for a bolt , as one time I order a bolt but the manufacture called it a screw even though I used the 6 point hexagon socket to fasten it and not a screwdriver , I will edit it to take both names then
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