Originally Posted by 90GTNovi2000
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So i took pictures step by step. It's fairly easy to do.
Floor jack would be best, or lift if your lucky.
Socket wrench and extension
4 way, or a socket wrench
Maybe a hammer (i used one)
First trace to find the two bolts that are holding the rear sway bar.
The first bolt can be done with the wheel on and the other needs to have the wheel taken off. (Hint the first bolt will have a little cut out in the wheel well so you can put your extension on their)
Second take the wheel off
To get to this bolt behind the wheel
This is the same bracket as shown before (behind the tire) that needs to be taken off.
You'll have to move the cable out of the way so i used a hammer to TAP on the bracket holding it to help brake it lose.
Once taken off and the sway bar removed from that side reassemble. Putting the bracket back to this
With all that said this is what i was dealing with taking me A LOT more time than it really should of (with some brakes with a beer or 2)
Having a floor jack put in the middle of the rear end would make this a very simple task.
Now for the hell of it I shot some pics of the crap i had to use.
I don't know why, but i couldn't find a 4 way around my farm (crazy right?) and was way to lazy to get mine out from under my trunk mat.
And then i had to use this POS to lift my car because i didn't know the valve was broken on are floor jack.
Here's my reason for this task. I didn't replace i just got ride of it for now till I gather some cash to put into the car and do it all at once.
Then this is what it will look like when you pull the stock rear sway out.