Steering & Suspension
The sway bar, also known as a stabilizer bar, is made of spring steel and mounts to the frame or uni-body. The ends of the sway bar connect to the lower control arms.
The sway bar helps reduce vehicle lean during cornering.
Your vehicle’s steering and suspension systems, including the sway bar, bushings, and links, should be checked regularly, at least once a year along with a complete wheel alignment. Worn, damaged or missing bushings can cause excessive leaning on turns or a metallic rattling sound from underneath the vehicle when going over bumps. To get professional help with your car’s steering and suspension problems, contact a qualified service technician.