Question about 2005 Toyota Camry Solara
I've had two shops tell me my control arm bushings are definitly tearing out (at 100,000 Kms). I detect no steering problems. Should I get another opinion, not worry about it, or get them changed? Can the bushings be changed without removing the control arms?
Most of the time the bushings are so hard and tight they neeed to be put in using a hydraulic press, requiring them to be removed from the vehicle. they may not cause any symptoms in your steering but they may squeak and/or eventually break loose which, during travel, is very unsafe. i advise to get them changed
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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