DIY: How to change your swaybar links (endlinks) So your 8th generation Corolla has an annoying 'clunk' 'clunk' noise when you run over small bumps at low speed eh? Maybe the cause is your endlinks. If the boots on your endlinks are torn or you can wiggle the endlinks then you should replace them. Here is how! Tools Needed: 14 MM wench Allen wench socket set Creeper Anti-seize grease To replace the front endlinks: 1)Jack up your car and put the front wheels on jackstands. You don't have to remove the wheels, but it makes it easier to give you access and leverage to take the bolts off and on. 2) Make sure both your front wheels are off the ground and on jackstands to take tension off the swaybar. Trust me, it is a lot harder to take the swaybar off and on if there is tension on the bar. 3) Stick your Allen wrench into the center of each endlink bolt to keep the bolt from turning as you loosen it with your 14MM wench. Out comes the endlink. 4) Repeat for the other side. 5) Then use anti-seize grease on the threads of your new endlinks. Installation is the reverse of the steps to take them off. To replace the rear endlinks: 1) Jack up your car and put the rear wheels on jackstands. Make sure both rear wheels are off the ground to take the tension off the swaybar on the endlinks. 2) Take off your rear wheels. 3) Take the Allen wrench and stick it into the center of the bolt in the endlink to keep the endlink from turning and use the 14MM wench to loosen the nut. 4) Do this for the other nut and out comes the endlink. 5) Repeat the above steps for the other side and installation is the reverse of how you took it out. Make sure you use anti-seize grease on the threads of your new endlinks.