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Thread: Bushing in the rear end

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    Re: Bushing in the rear end

    Hi, check this thread out if you haven't already:

    http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...placement.html


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    Re: Bushing in the rear end

    That explains my constipation

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    Re: Bushing in the rear end

    Per GM service mgrs, GM is doing a ton of goodwill these days. Service mgr, not service writer, is person who can authorize goodwill.

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    Re: Bushing in the rear end

    Just did mine when i had it in midas for exhaust. Feels better and man I had a time getting it out

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    Re: Bushing in the rear end

    How many miles do you have on your car, I just bought an '06 with 100,000, is this one more thing I'm going to have to deal with, just spent a grand on timeing chains?

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    Re: Bushing in the rear end

    I think I just reached 120k that bushing was clunking at 60k and I'm just now changing it. Feels better but think a engine mount is weak now

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    Re: Bushing in the rear end

    Does this information apply to a RWD also, It's not clear
    if these posts are for 4WD or RWD ?
    I have RWD, and clunking !
    thank you,
    Happy Motoring.

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    Re: Bushing in the rear end

    If you feel like doing it yourself look up Creative steel the sell a urethane bushing that is way better than stock. The y will also rent you the tool to do it very easy. Took me about an hour 30 to do it. The tool they give you presses the old one out and then presses the new one in. They give you directions with large color photos that are very easy to follow can be done in your driveway on stands.
    Here is the bushing and the tool

    https://creative-steel.com/store/ind...ct_detail&p=94
    https://creative-steel.com/store/ind...ct_detail&p=95

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Warren
    I think I just reached 120k that bushing was clunking at 60k and I'm just now changing it. Feels better but think a engine mount is weak now
    Could it be the trans mount?

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