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The sway bar may loose some of its spring tension over time but that would not cause the problem you describe. You can unbolt it and see if it improves. You should look at the bushings, tie rods and ball joints too. You shouls also check the rear suspension. If the rear is wasted it could caus effects in the front. it sounds like there should be an obvious problem. Make sure you don't have a structural problem.
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