Looks like this job is too involved for me.
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This picture shows the subframe (called the "front suspension member" in the service manual) & the steering rack. The stabilizer bar bushing mounts to the top of the subframe. It can be partially seen in that small gap between the frame & the steering rack.
According to the service manual, removal of the sway bar requires removing that subframe. That means holding up the traction motor while you remove the motor mounts. I was hoping that less would be necessary to just replace the bushing, but I just can't see how to get up in there without dropping the frame.
2012 Black SV, bought 2012-04-04, sold 2019-05-10. 7 bars, 101,850 miles.
Current rides: 2018 Tesla Model 3 Performance, 2018 Chevrolet Volt LT