Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
I drive a 2006 Cobalt LT Sedan, it was making this clunking noise when I would make a turn and go over any bump in the road. Turns out that it's my bushings that are worn out and need to be replaced. My question is, do the entire lower arm (on both sides) have to be replaced to replace the bushings?? The mechanic I went to go see says that Chevy made these in a way that the entire arm has to be changed, even if the ball joint is still o.k.. Does somebody know if this is true or if he's taking me for a ride??
He's probably right but call gm dealership maybe there a recall on them and ask for those bushing hope it help fixya our post thanks pierre
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
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