Question about 2002 Volvo S60
I keep getting a clonking noise from time to time from under the car, sometimes from the front and sometimes from the rear, I assume it is from the drop arm bushes, the car has done 65000 miles, how easy is it to replace these bushes and at what cost. thanks, Ken.
If you can see the control arms look to see if bushings are worn , with a flaslight kneel down and have someone drive back and forth about 2 feet at a time , if the bushings are shot the the wheel will move whenever the brakes are applied ,
Posted on Jan 28, 2012
The hardest part is removing the bolts most times they are so rusted i just cut them out with a torch and replace them with the new bushings. the cost of these bushings is nominal however have you checked the struts as well? the clonking noise could be them as well. please rate this......thanks
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