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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-11-2009, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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Question Control Arm Bushings...........

Hey there! I'm new to this posting thread stuff! So, bear with me! I have a 2007 Cobalt. Love it! I've had it since 2006. Lately I've had a knocking noise under my car. I had a friend look at it. He thinks it is the control arm bushing. Can anyone out there tell me, how expensive of a job that is? Or would that be covered under the warranty? I looked, and I'm not sure! Thank you!
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-11-2009, 09:24 PM
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Not real sure but mine makes the same noise evey once in awhile like rail road track crossings ect.
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if your car is still under warranty, it should be covered. i had mine replaced in like september under warranty
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if your car is still under warranty, it should be covered. i had mine replaced in like september under warranty

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ehh, im almost positive what u all are hearing is the stearing shaft, common GM issue, take it to the dealer, but im not sure if theres a recall



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ehh, im almost positive what u all are hearing is the stearing shaft, common GM issue, take it to the dealer, but im not sure if theres a recall
lol. read my post. i had it at the dealer in like september, control arm bushings and strut tower bushings. all replaced under warranty.
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I had the same issue. Only mine was the front sway bar was loose. Took it in and they replaced it under warranty and no more noise. Lol.

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