RacelineCentral.com: You really don't want to crank them down so hard that the new bushing starts squeezing out like toothpaste. Check your vehicle manufactures requirements for torque amount and go with that. You could cause the bolt to snap while driving if it is torqued beyond specifications.
SpacemanFan1988: When I do these at my dealership I do both sides at the same time to allow more movement from the sway bar itself and makes it much easier to install
cedieboy cedie: i have 1998 accord is the same? sway bar bushing?
David Borough: Holy crap -- how tight did you torque that down? Hope you don't do that to the spark plugs, too!!! :P 2nd on the polyurethane replacements on endlink bushings. But other bushings I personally prefer rubber.
Albinus81: Great video guys - very informative. Not sure about over in the US, but here most people go for aftermarket bushings as they are polyurethane as opposed to the OEM elastic and rubber ones that rot and wear out extremely quickly on our poor roads. Also don't overtighten the new bushings! :)
AutoEclinic: From the description, possibly the axle shafts.
AutoEclinic: How many miles are on your Honda?
Mohammad Iqbal: Hey guys.. awsum video.. I would like to ask a problem with my honda accord 2007. My car is really smooth but sometimes (2/10 times) while driving i can feel a vibration starting and increasing at speed 70+ kmph and eventually the steering will start vibrating really badly and if i apply brakes i can feel some bad vibrations even in the brake pedal. but after some KMs the whole vibrations will go away and the car will be smooth as before.. Can you please let me know what is the issue here..
AutoEclinic: Thank you!
antiard: great! very helpful, thanks!!!
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