So I was going to let you know what was going on but among the other problems, my motherboard decided to fry itself. In the last chapter in this never ending saga I was going to pick up a junk yard sway bar in Carlisle. As I was about a half mile from home, I felt a loud rapping coming from under the truck. It seems the center u-joint in my 2007 F150 decided it had enough. I limped the truck back home and found out that Ford, in their wisdom had decided that instead of replacing a $20 u-joint that I needed to replace the whole driveshaft, at well over $1000. So now I have the Ford that wonít move, the Buick with the sway bar out and the only transportation is either my backhoe or garden tractor. I decided this wasnít a good day to play the lottery and about that time my computer decided to commit suicide. I had to rent a car, have a machine shop build me a driveshaft, and build a new computer. It probably would have been cheaper to let hackers steal my bank info. Anyway back to the Buick.
I finally got to the junk yard and of course the bar was gone and he didnít have any others that were any good. I called a few other yards and got the same results, PA winters are rough on parts. I went to Advance auto and was going to buy another bar and when we compared it to the one I had, there was no difference. The parts guy told me they were labeled wrong. The part that says ďDriver Side DownĒ actually should go on the passenger side and up. I put the bar on again like that and all of a sudden there is clearance. Whoever put the replacement bar on probably looked at the label and put it on the way it said. I can still feel an occasional drag when turning the wheel to the right, I will end up rebuilding the rack before ití* over. Now on to the next problem, the AC ainít working and summer is here. Again I appreciate all the help.
tldr: It'* fixed.