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Look for it visually broken - it's just heavy plastic.

 

There are some rubber inserts IIR. You may want to check them for wear.

 

I don't bother saving these when I part out a car. Recently I had to buy one for the rear - 45 bucks.

 

I saved one off the last parts car!

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Its is very obvious to see if it is broken. It may rattle when broken. You may not notice it untill you hit a really big crosswind or an emergency manuver.

 

nipper

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Its is very obvious to see if it is broken. It may rattle when broken. You may not notice it untill you hit a really big crosswind or an emergency manuver.

 

nipper

 

What Nipper said. It will act like a broken swaybar on one side. ( I think I can see the next question coming).

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What Nipper said. It will act like a broken swaybar on one side. ( I think I can see the next question coming).

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does it clunk bang every time you hit a bump and then when your going down the highway it just doesent feel right like it sways a little ?..this is a yes or no ?:banana:

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does it clunk bang every time you hit a bump and then when your going down the highway it just doesent feel right like it sways a little ?..this is a yes or no ?:banana:

This could also be worn/damaged trailing arm bushings....

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its in the front ..in the back I got to to do the struts I can hear them squeak when I higt a bump just right.i checked all the springs and there all good .

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