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Can someone confirm this is the rear sway bar?

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Nope. That's a panhard rod. It provides the side to side location support of the axle to the body, so the axle doesn't go scampering off to the left or right.

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Look on the other side of the axle towards the front. It will have an arch over the pumpkin, and short arms that L forward, and then 2 short links that go up to connect to the subframe.

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Yes I think that's it but pic is blurry and dark.

I've never had to replace mine. I think you'd just remove the top links, remove the bar bracket, then hopefully tetris it out. Might have to remove wheels.

Would be best to review service manual. Probably has detailed steps.

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Unbolt the brackets holding the sway bar to the axle and remove the nuts holding it to the sway bar links.

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