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I own a 06 saleen mustang under acceleration the rear end shifts to one side does the same when i let off the gas to or shift gears.

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The bushings from the Panhard bar are gone and those from the links holding the rear axle on one side are not far behind - all the bushings from the rear suspension must be changed, even those that still look ok.

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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  • myspirit57 Jul 07, 2010

    The clutch was replaced less than 500 mi ago would this have anything to do with the problem. the car has 27,000 miles on it is it common for bushings to wear out so soon

  • Azrael SRL Jul 08, 2010

    The clutch is at the other end of the car, no connection whatsoever with this problem.



    No, the bushings should have lasted more, their average life is at least 5 years. But if those 27,000 miles were run hard or you live in a very hot zone the bushings would have worn out faster. Or, because it's a Saleen, designed for speed and handling, the bushings might be made out of polyurethane and there worn out faster.

  • myspirit57 Jul 09, 2010

    while looking at the rear end suspension bushings i found that the right side axle bearing had a lot of play the left side is good no play. It would make sense that this might also be the problem. 400+ hp
    can apply a whole lot more pressure on the bearing than I can.


  • Azrael SRL Jul 09, 2010

    The bearing and not the bushings ? I would have never thought of that, it must have been a defective part from the start, a good quality bearing properly maintained should last at least 100k km.



    Replace both, if one has failed so badly so fast the other is no longer to be trusted.

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