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  • Ong Jack
    The average sway bar replacement cost is between $125 and $160, with labor making up $50 to $70 and the part costing between $55 and $110. It's not usual to need a new sway bar. Typically, a car requires new sway bar end links or stabilizer bushings.28 Jan 2022
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