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Hi all, I have a 2011 Ford Escape that I’ve replaced the front stabilizer links. I started on the rear stabilizer links and had a heck of a time getting them out but now, I can’t seem to get the new one’s in. My question, is it possible to get the rear stabilizer link replacements in without removing the stabilizer bar?
 

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Hi all, I have a 2011 Ford Escape that I’ve replaced the front stabilizer links. I started on the rear stabilizer links and had a heck of a time getting them out but now, I can’t seem to get the new one’s in. My question, is it possible to get the rear stabilizer link replacements in without removing the stabilizer bar?
Welcome Johnny 7,
I hope that is not a reference like con air Johnny 23 was
100% without removing the bar. It should be easy.
Are you doing it with the wheels on the ground, you don't want any preload
 

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Great, thank you for this information. I started out with them in the air but then set the jack down and was still having issues. I will go back at it again with the wheels on the ground.
Thanks
 
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