There are 8 Bushings altogether for the subframe assembly on the intrepids. These kits range from 300.00-600.00. (and these are just the bushings) cheapest bushings I have come across are located at www.justforjeeps.com (not only jeep stuff here)
The Intrepid's suspension does not have "a" arms. It is a diiferent type of suspension. There are control arms out by the wheels.
you may have a transmission problem. See the axles will break to save the transmission from damage. Or you might need to change the bushings on the suspension.
Its a dealership part
Jack the car up and set it on jack stands . you will need 2 floor jacks to support the subframe , one on each side. After sub-frame has been secured with the 2 jacks,loosen the 4 bolts that hold the subframe to the unibody of the car,now with the help of a sharp minded assistant,carefully and sincronizedly lower the jacks slowly, enough to permit you the removal of the bushings. A little prayer and lots of W-D 40 will make your job a lot easier and faster.
This is an excellent article on how to replace the inner tie rod bushings, which are a common problem. http://www.allpar.com/fix/intrepid-steering.html
Dodge Intrepid was created in 1993.
Unscrew the bolts. Buuut....don't drop the engine on your head! The Motor is mounted to the sub-frame along with various susupension and other parts. I had to replace one on my Intrepid so I only took one off. You will have to put a jack under the motor/sub-frame when you unscrew the bushings, drop the sub-frame away from the unibody (what the subframe bolts to), and replace the top and bottom portion of the bushing. It is a two part kit available from Dorman and others, but not an easy find...
When the sway bar try's to do it's job without the bushings then it will come in contact with the body of the car and will be an confortable ride that could causes more problems in the future.