Chevy Cobalt Sway Bar Links Replacement

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    Brian

    Hello. I am attempting to replace the sway bar links on my Chevy Cobalt sway bar links by myself (I have very little experience performing main tenancy on cars). I have my both sides of the front end of my vehicle on jack stands, and have taken out both sway bar links, however, cannotfor the new links on.

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    Anonymous

    Install the upper stud of the links first.
    Then you need to line up the holes to the lower studs of the links. You may need to use a large pry bar to move the sway bar into position. The sway bat is probably to low, so you need to pry it up to line up with the lower link bolt.Then, use a wrench on the link to hold the stud while tightening the nuts.

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