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Why would a 1993 Pontiac Grand Am front passenger tire still bounce after the front struts realignment cambers and stabilizer bushing were done?


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2004-11-06 08:44:05
2004-11-06 08:44:05

From a out of balance Tire-Water in the Tire-Bent wheel-loosing a wheel weight.A Seperated tire-WAY 2 MUCH air PRESSURE(extreem) OR the Struts were ElCheepO'S.or the Tire is just OUT of Round.

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Some 2001 and 2002 Sonata, XG300 and XG350 vehicles may experience a knocking or squawking noise from the rear suspension while driving the vehicle over rough road surfaces at low speeds. This noise may originate from the rear stabilizer bar and bushing rubbing together. This bulletin provides a procedure to correct this condition.The problem is the rear stabalizer bushing. The new design part number is 55577-38600Lift up the vehicle.Remove the rear stabilizer bracket mounting bolt.Remove the stabilizer bracket from the stabilizer bushing.Remove the stabilizer bushing from the stabilizer bar.Install the new stabilizer bushing after checking the yellow mark.Align the stabilizer-bushing end with the white mark on the stabilizer bar.Install the stabilizer bracket on the bushing and tighten the bracket mounting bolt. Tightening torque: 35-45 Nm (350-450 kg.cm, 26-33 lb.ft)Replace the stabilizer bar bushing on the other side.Lower the vehicle.

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The stabilizer bar rotates on the stabilizer bushings (usually 2 bushings required) be it front or rear of vehicle.

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Probably a control arm bushing, possibly a strut mount or stabilizer bar bushing. Mine was the control arm bushing, 2001 Windstar Sport pkg.

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the stabilizer bars on the rear end usally the bushing s wear out


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