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Rear axle rear left axle bushing need to be replace is it normal my car got 90 000 km on and its a 2005

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  • tabbykat Aug 09, 2008

    Have just over 36000 miles and get clunking noise from rear. Mechanic says bushings need replaced but bushings alone are no longer available and have to purchase entire axle assembly for ~$800! Wondering if this is a common issue? and if so should Chevy take care of it even though car is just past warrenty?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    Loud knocking noise from rear axle when tavelling over uneven surface.Having drop arm bushes replaced because of M O T advisory but am inclined to think it is more to do with the suspension as it is very loud.

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My 2004 had the same problem at 102,000 kms, warranty was up at 100,000 kms. GM would not do a thing and was very rude about it. I figured at 4 years old, I should not need a whole new axle, but the bushings are not separate from the axle, so the whole axle had to be replaced. I found a fairly new axle (from a 2006 with only 16,000 kms on it) at a salvage place for $350 (would have been $500 new at the dealership). They scrap the vehicles and sell the parts, try one of those, you may get it much cheaper.

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REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION Spring Rear
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Shock Absorber Removal
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