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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-08-2010, 06:13 PM Thread Starter
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Rear Suspension Insulator?

Ok guys i have been hearing this knock/sqwauk coming from the rear when at slow speeds and when going over bumps.

i checked All Data and there is a TSB on it that says to replace the rear suspension insulator?

what the hell is that?
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It's probably the bushing that connects the rear TWB to the frame. How many miles?


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It's probably the bushing that connects the rear TWB to the frame. How many miles?
26,000. i just bought the car and it started doing it

also today my door latch is screwed. damn door wouldnt open, then once i got it open i couldnt get it to close
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Wow, go to the dealer. It still should have warranty coverage.


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Wow, go to the dealer. It still should have warranty coverage.
i think ill call them tomorrow. i doubt it will still be under warrenty
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3 years 36,000 miles right?

What year is your car?


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2006 it was up a long time ago
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Oh, i gotcha. That's some pretty low mileage for an 06. Mine is at 33,xxx. I have the 5yr, 100,000 mile warranty though.


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Lol. My 06 is at 100,500miles.

Dunno about the rear beam, but I had the same problem with the door. They will replace the latch mechanism. In cold or damp situations it wont engage/ disengage. Happened 2 years ago on Christmas for me.


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Lol. My 06 is at 100,500miles.

Dunno about the rear beam, but I had the same problem with the door. They will replace the latch mechanism. In cold or damp situations it wont engage/ disengage. Happened 2 years ago on Christmas for me.
exact conditions today. cold and rainy/snowy. and you say they will replace the latch mechanism for free?

id do it myself but orielly apparently doesnt sell them
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