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Old 04-11-2006, 11:06 AM   #1
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The other day this fell off from the passanger side, im not too sure what it is
or its purpose, it seems like a washer to me. I have gone over chilton'* guide
and i am still unsure of what it is, i think in the guide they say its a retainer or insulator.
i have tried to put it back, looks like it should just go in and hold on, dont knw maybe
i need some kind of cement/glue.







this is on chilton'* guide.. the red circle is my rusty metal piece that fell off


ive tried to put it back but it wont stay on.
Maybe more than one piece fell off, but it doesnt seem that way.
im looking to find out wut it is and how to properly replace.

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your pics are broken
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C & P the links in a new window...

that piece is def suspension... however its rusted so much you are not gonna be able to use it...

i would look into that ASAP.. that holds your car together!
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well that right there is just big missing tripod :P

fix does pixes
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baaaah

stupid tripod. i will upload them somewhere else.

but like Haro said.. copy paste link in new window, and you guys will be able to see
the pics.

i will upload to something else tough like photobucket i guess

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that piece is def suspension... however its rusted so much you are not gonna be able to use it...

i would look into that ASAP.. that holds your car together!
yeah it does seem important, im going to get my summer tires put on early, so i can
have the mech take a look at it.
but it seems easy to replace, just need to know how to fit it back in there..
for some reason im thinking crazyglue
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you need a new washer, then take the bolt out and replace it...
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you need a new washer, then take the bolt out and replace it...
yeah i tought it looked like a washer, man its a big one.
do you guys think its a DIY?.
I dont think there is any guides in the techinfo.. i will do a search either way.

thanks

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Thats a subframe isolater washer... Yeah you need to replace that... And it shouldn't be too hard to replace...

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Easy to do with a super long breaker bar and the nut doesn't break off above.
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you can buy that washer at a dealer also
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