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The 1999 honda sta wgn veh no is jhlrd1862xc067186 to name frame?

Rusted underneath front motor was shown to me by Honda dealer, said it the sub frame rusted

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Change the sub frame.
ask your brakers yard for one

in UK i can get one for 50-60 pounds

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yes a subframe from 91-94 will work.

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SOURCE: rusted subframe

You may need to get rid of it. If the frame is rusted, it's only going to get worse. If the motor mount is not sitting just right, it will only get worse too. I would either sell it as is or have a welder to look at it to see if it's repairable.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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You may need to get rid of it. If the frame is rusted, it's only going to get worse. If the motor mount is not sitting just right, it will only get worse too. I would either sell it as is or have a welder to look at it to see if it's repairable.

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