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  1. NG900 & OG9-3 Workshop
    1999 9-3 Automatic I'm replacing the sway bar end link on the driver side, and when I go to pry the swaybar upwards in order to fit the end link, the travel is limited by the rubber 'donut' on the drive axle. This rubber piece sits between the outer CV joint and the inner one. This donut doesn't...
  2. 9-3 Sedan, Cabrio '04+, Combi, 9-3X Workshop
    My front sway bar bushings need to be replaced. I can't seem to fit ANYTHING onto the nuts to loosen them. I've heard that dropping the sub frame needs to be done. Can someone outline the procedure for dropping the sub frame? Thank you in advance to anyone who has help.
  3. 9-5 Workshop
    Just replaced sway bar links because inspection station said it needed them (even though they were only one year old). New links are Moog (the ones with grease fittings). Drove up to the mountain for a ski, came back to town without issue until I pulled in to a car wash parking lot and...
  4. 9-3 Sedan, Cabrio '04+, Combi, 9-3X Workshop
    Hi guys/gals, I've had an issue the last few months and it's been mostly annoying than a real problem, but it's getting worse. I notice that after parking overnight and then driving my car the next day the first 30 yards or so I drive I got a whoop/thub (similar to the sound of a shock/spring...
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