Question on replacing front anti-sway bar bushings on 92' 100 V6

Bob Rossato bob.rossato at
Sun May 20 09:38:10 EDT 2001

I went through this on my S6.  It isn't easy but you can get a socket or
possibly a wrench on the bolt heads to hold onto them while you loosen the
nut.  The bolt heads are recessed into the subframe so I couldn't find them
at first.  I think I ended up using some combination of deep offset wrench
or a socket on a midget 3/8" ratchet, and just kept working with them until
I was able to jam them in place to hold the bolt.  Very frustrating job. You
just need to try different combinations of tools until you find something
that will fit in the tight quarters.  Obviously, this is with the I5 20V
engine so I don't know if the V6 will give you more or less clearance


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