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Part Details

  • Quantity:   Pair
  • Front or Rear Location:   Front

Your sway bar helps your vehicle's suspension performance. The main purpose is to reduce body roll when going through a turn at speed. Although the sway bar itself is not a wearable item the end links are. Over time the ball & socket joints can wear causing loose connections, or even come apart and fall off.


  • Comes as a PAIR
    • Fits both the LH (Driver Side) & RH (Passenger Side) FRONT
  • Direct replacements
  • Built to strict quality control standards

If you can hear your sway bar rattling on a bumpy road it may be time to replace the end links. These links make great replacements and offer good cost savings over the dealer parts.

Item Condition: New

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  1. step : Raise and secure the vehicle (1:04)
    • Lift and secure your vehicle with its model specific safe support points.
    • Make sure your jack stands are set and the correct height on an even surface and your e brake is on if all four wheels aren’t off the ground.
  2. step : Remove the stabilizer link (1:45)
    • Use a wrench to remove the nuts on the top and bottom of the stabilizer link.
    • Use a second wrench to add leverage to the first one you are using.
    • Secure the stabilizer link with the adjustable wrench to secure a Torx bit to remove the nuts the rest of the way with your wrench.
    • Continue finessing the wrenches and Torx Bit till your successfully work the stabilizer bar out.
    • Remove the stabilizer link.
  3. step : install the new stabilizer link (7:14)
    • Thread the stabilizer link, bushings and washers into the steering knuckle and sway bar.
    • Use your wrenches to secure the link and a socket and ratchet to tighten it up.
  4. step : put the wheel back on (8:29)
    • Put the wheel on and hand tighten the lug nuts.
    • Lower the vehicle and torque the lug nuts in a star pattern to 100 ft lbs.

Tools needed for replacement:

    General Tools

  • Jack Stands
  • Floor Jack

  • Pliers, Cutters & misc Wrenches

  • Adjustable Wrench
  • Lug Wrench

  • Ratchets & Related

  • Ratchet

  • Torx Drivers & Sockets

  • T40 Torx Bit

  • Wrenches - SAE

  • Complete SAE Wrench Set

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Exact replacement
I was lubing the front end as part of my oil change maintenance and found the sway bar link on one side was broken. The sway bar links had been replaced during a front end rebuild several years ago, they had grease fittings and had to be lubed. These replacements from 1Aauto have no fittings to fool with (yeah!). The fit and function is perfect. The price is reasonable and shipping is fast. Thank you 1Aauto.
January 13, 2018
Fast shipping and easy!
Easy to order--- correct parts-- pretty good price and very easy website to order from!
May 13, 2018
Sway bar links
Excellent purchase everything fit well will purchase again if needed
August 31, 2018
very good service the sway bars links was very good price from stores in my area.
October 25, 2018
Will this fit my car? Add a vehicle to make sure
Customer Q&A
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Hello I own a 99 lincoln town car and I have alot of play in my steering wheel.feels like Im driving a boat. Is this possibly the sway bar? Thanks
Mark D November 22, 2015
Hello, Though we cannot diagnose, this may cause some excessive leaning but may also have a clunking noise when the body leans left or right (unless they are just broken). Other contributors of this boat ride may be worn shocks or weak springs. Please note there are rear anti sway bars end links on the rear also that may contribute to this driving issue. Check air pressures in the tires also!!
Brian F November 23, 2015
Very doubtful the sway bar is your problem. More likely other components in the front end causing alot of slop in the steering. The sway bar will make the car "roll" more on hard turns, but not so much on a straight away.
Rick B November 23, 2015
Doubtful. The swaybar and links keep your car level while cornering. Excessive play is more likely due to bad ball joints, bad tie rod, bad pitman and or idler arm, or a worn steering gear box. Any one of those items will cause sloppy steering.
Donald B November 23, 2015
I have a 2001 Town Car. It always squeaks when I hit bumps and turn the wheel. Could this be an issue with the Sway Bar and Bushings?
D0000 G April 28, 2018
You might wanna check your ball joints. My 2000 marquis was doing the same until the ball joint gave out and wheel fell.
G A April 28, 2018
Most likely cause of squeeking on bumps and turns would be ball joints
T H April 29, 2018
possible could also be any of the bushings in front end or ball joints as well as tie rods or but a arm bushings would a place to look close at even shock absorber bushings but turning Is most likely to be tie rod ends or ball joints
Timothy W April 29, 2018
Not quite enough information to pinpoint the problem, but those symptoms could absolutely be caused by bad ends on the sway bar.
Larry C April 29, 2018
If you look on the lower a-arm there is a spot where the stop hits the arm. Take a die grinder and smooth up the little spot where the stop hits. I have done a few of these and there will be a little ridge where it is worn . The squeak will be gone.
Steven M May 13, 2018
It could be. also check ball joints
U S July 4, 2018
Year Make Model Description
1998-2002Ford Crown Victoria Ford Crown Victoria Front Sway Bar Link Pair
1998-2002Lincoln Town Car Lincoln Town Car Front Sway Bar Link Pair
1998-2002Mercury Grand Marquis Mercury Grand Marquis Front Sway Bar Link Pair
Part #: 1ASFK00266

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