Question about 1992 Mazda Navajo
I LOOKED UNDER THE NAVAJO AND IT SEEM A BUSHING THE SIZE OF A DONUT IS MISSING. IT LOOKS LIKE A BIG JOB JUST TO GET TO THE REPAIR. SPECIFICALLY IF POSSIBLE I NEED AN ACCURATEW DIAGNOSIS OF PROBLEM, AND THEN APPROPRIATE ACTION TO BE TAKEN TO FIX, AND WHAT WOULD BE REASONABLE TO PAY SOMEONE TO FIX.
This is a Suspension Bushing. It should not cost all that Much too repair. I would thing no more than 250.00 at the Highest.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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Any bushing that is worn out could be a possibility. The other thing you have to check if the bushing moved so it's not centered anymore. I always making sure all nuts and bolts are tight. Also look for rusty areas when metal to metal rubs it take paint and or undercoating off then rust. Sometimes you can find problems with car is at normal riding height so try car ramps. Don't leave exhaust out, shake it bang on it with hand or rubber mallet. I have run into lugnuts bottoming out before they tighten wheel. I hope I given you any ideas.
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