If you drive calmly w/o pushing the performance - Nothing much. The car will roll more when cornering, that's about it.
would it be subfram bushings that stop the car fromm swaing or sway bar bushings
change the sway bar rubber bushings and sway bar link bushings
Rear upper & lower control arm bushings need to be replaced.
The sway bar is not adjustable, but you can replace the bushings.
You have to remove the end links, then remove the sway bar bushings (there are two) and the sway bar will come out. Sway Bars usually do not need to be replaced unless they are bend or completely broken. It is usually end links being worn or the bushings being warn out.
This is a well-known problem with this generation Pathfinders... the rear upper and lower control arm bushings are worn. Have them replaced and the sway should disappear.
The links go on the end on the sway bar and hook to the suspension. Bushings are used to connect the sway bar to cars frame.
I had a 1990 nissan maxima that use to do that and the problem was my rack and pinion bushings were bad
Strut mounts okay? Control arm bushings? Sway bar bushings? Sway bar links? Penetrating oil is a mans best friend. Spray one part at a time drive around a few days if the noise goes away then you found your problem.
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.
Check the sway bar bushings. Also make sure there is the correct amount of air in the tires.