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Sway Bar Replacement Help
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    Question Sway Bar Replacement Help

    My 2012 Fiat 500 Pops sway bar is having some issues. It seems to be shifted over slightly towards the drivers side. Im not sure if the bar itself is damaged to the point of replacement but I cant tell without removing it and looking at it fully. I would like to save the couple hundred dollars my mechanic wants but he warned me Ill need to lower the cradle to access it and after trying I agree with him.

    Does anyone have any experience/advice for lowering the cradle or this repair in general?

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    Background- Bought-new 2013 Pop (my 17th FIAT since 1958) now with close to 60K miles.
    It developed a clunk going over bumps which has grown worse as time goes by. The steering had gotten somewhat vague on the highway and, suspecting worn ball joints, I replaced the lower control arms. Lots of disassembly to get to the front bolt (really bad design!) but the job was eminently do-able. Replaced arms with Moog units with Zerk fittings.
    Wander fixed but clunk still there.
    I attempted to follow factory recommended strut "bumper" replacement but couldn't get top nut off the strut (yes, spring compressors in place and no, I don't have an impact wrench) and, peeking under the bellows/dust cover I could see that the OEM bumpers were good as new. So that wasn't the problem. Buttond it back up.
    Figuring the OEM struts owe me nothing after 60K miles and eight years, I replaced them both. Ride incrementally better but there's still the clunk.
    Think hard, man, what haven't you done?
    A-ha! Got an inspiration at zero-dark hundred this morning (actually 4AM), went to the garage and with a flashlight looked at the both ends of the sway bar. That puppy is 'way over on the passenger side!
    Now. How in blazes do I get that sucker centered? I plan to remove the front wheels, disconnect the sway bar-to-strut links and pry while rotating the bar in hopes of getting it back in place.
    Anyone got any other ideas?

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