Raise the car, secure it on jack stands and take the wheels off. Both sides
need to be in the air, so the rear suspension is level.
Detach the bolt holding the anti-roll bar link to the trailing arm. Unclip
the ABS sensor wire. Undo the nut on the bushing using a wrench (a socket
won't fit in there).
Pull the anti-roll bar out through the right side of the car. See the tip
below on how to wiggle it through.
Old vs new
The original bar on the 1999 Linear was 15 mm thick. The Aero bar is 17 mm.
It comes with new bushings and links attached.
Fit the new bar back in. Rotate the driver side bushing backwards so it
can squeeze between the exhaust pipe and the subframe. If it's not going
through, unhook the muffler hangers and lower the muffler to pass the
Re-connect the anti-roll bar to the suspension and tighten the bushing nuts
and the link bolts to 40 ft-lbs. Attach the cable clips. Fit the wheels,
tighten the lug bolts to 81 ft-lbs and lower the car to the ground.