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Old 11-12-2003, 03:01 PM   #1
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I need to replace a bushing on the 92' Bonneville. I don't know the exact name, but I been told it'* the A frame bushing, and the lower frame bushing. The Bushing goes under the driver side and blots on the frame. The housing on the blot has rotted out and need to be replace. Since the car doesn't have any support on that side, I've notice that the car is difficult to steer to the left. If anyone has any info. please reply to this topic, thanks. I need the name, price, or a website where I can see details of the location of the product.
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Can you post a pic of what you need, or give a better description? Chances are, I have your part number. I'm assuming you're talking the bushings that go between the body and the subframe?
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No I'm at work and don't have any pictuers. Do you know a website that I could see a picture of the underside of the car?
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Is this the same as your car?
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Yes, If you look at the picture on the lower right hand there is a bushing mounted on some frame. To be more exact you can cross referance it by drawing a line down from # 8 and drawing a line to the right from # 3 then both lines will meet to the bushing I need.

Tonight I'm supposed to have it because my friend went looking for it while I was a work. He paid $35.00 at the dealer for the whole kit. I still would like to know what is the name of it.

Thanks Red Baron, for the picture.
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Jesse, another pic in your email. That should answer your questions. Any of those part numbers are good through www.gmpartsdirect.com and are significantly cheaper than the prices you see listed.
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