Mine broke on both sides. Every car in the junk yard had a broken one as well.Check this out ... it's what mine looked like on the right:
I was lucky enough to be able to address the issue before the other half of the sway bar snapped off too.
This sway bar replacement should be a sticky.
Yes to above. Cut it off the dorman gives you replacement parts for everything regarding the bar instal. You notice how the Dorman bar feels vs the stocker when you had them both in your hands?It's basically the same procedure. What you will find is that the frame mounts for the bushings will not allow a ratchet on the back bolts. Patience here with a 15mm wrench will get the job done.
All of the time that the guy spent on removing the old links can be reduced with a cutting wheel. Zip!! through the middle of them and the links will fall out. Also, cutting off one end of the old sway bar aids in removing it. Not necessary but it's kinda fun to use that wheel, and since your old bar is hollow it's really quick.
The video is pretty straight forward. A helper is advised to help feed the new sway bar through ... but not necessary.
Enjoy! and be safe!!