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#1 (permalink) Old 10-16-2004, 12:26 AM
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Ok, so I got new new control arm bushings, they are eutherane, and are all solid, unlike the stock unit. However, the right side feels like its lose, but I just had a shop check it out and its fine. And this guy knows what he is doing. Im not if its the bushing just beening race status and very stiff or if one of the balls joints just poped lose... The noise goes away and comes back, mostly its at lower speeds... Im lost. Any ideas?
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How did you feel that it was lose...??

What kind of noise... from where... ??

Your post is rather vague...

Sounds like its lose.... depending upon how he/you installed them... they could be lose and need to be tightened again.. untill they dont become lose any more after driving...

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