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4.13 STABILISER BAR
To remove the stabiliser bar completely from the vehicle, it will first be necessary to remove the crossmember.
Refer to Operation 4.12 FRONT SUSPENSION CROSSMEMBER in this Section.
Alternatively, the stabiliser bar insulators and mounting brackets, and/or the spacer stud, nuts, discs or bushes, can
all be replaced without removing the stabiliser bar from the vehicle.
1. Raise front of vehicle and support on safety stands. Observe jacking precautions as outlined in 2.3 JACKING
PRECAUTIONS in this Section.
2. After scribing crossmember alignment marks on the side frame members, remove the front suspension
crossmember mounting bolts, then lower enough to enable removal of the stabiliser bar from the vehicle.
3. Remove nuts securing support bracket to each side of the crossmember, then remove the stabiliser bar,
support brackets and insulators from the crossmember.
4. Remove the insulators from the stabiliser bar.