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Hello Bros
I have a 95 seville. When i took my tire off to do some bodywork, i noticed what looked to be a rubber bushing that is inbetween the frame and the strut, that was squeezed out of position. I assume its the same on the other 3 sides. is it important that i get this bushing back in? I believe this is why im getting a clunk noise when going over bumps. If i need to get them back into place, what would be the easiest way? If any. Or is this a mechanic job, since i have no garage and it is -3 in NY now. Thanks for reading!
 

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You do need to get that bushing back into place because that could be a major contributor to the clunking noise. Since it's that cold and you don't have a garage, I recommend taking it to your mechanic. Don't want to get sick repairing a car in below zero weather, because it may wind up costing more than taking it to your mechanic in the first place.
 

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would anyone know what a dealer or garage would charge me for putting the stabilizer/strut bushing back into place?? thanks
 

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Jonny5 said:
would anyone know what a dealer or garage would charge me for putting the stabilizer/strut bushing back into place?? thanks
I'd have to say yes. hopefully not much though.
 
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