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  1. 5th Generation Chrysler Minivans: 2008-2020
    I have a 2009 T&C Touring (3.8L) with 107K miles. I have already replaced both struts and all of the sway bar bushings but my wife still complains about a loud clunking sound while turning the wheels. After driving it and confirming, I took the left wheel off and can move the lower control arm...
    Here’s two tools to help make swaybar bushing replacements faster: Go to Harbor Freight, and buy: 1. Panel Clip pliers, #67399. If you have tired or weak hands, these things work awesome for opening up the sway bar bushings, then you can stick them around the handle end of a hammer for awhile...
  3. 3rd Generation Chrysler Minivans: 1996-2000
    I have a recurring problem with my 96 Town & Country. The bushings that secure the front sway bar to the body of the van seem to wear out quickly (less than a year). I have replaced them with the OEM black ones, Blue ones from Napa (NCP2652335) and the red ones. I can't remember what the rubber...
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