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Old 01-07-2011, 08:29 PM   #11
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I had the same thing on my Bonne. Assumed it was the left because of the noise changing when turning the wheel. Put one on the left front, no change. Put the one I took off on the right front, no more noise.
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Hope it'* not in the transaxle..
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I may just wait till it gets worse, its really not bad now but I assume it will get worse and easier to find right ??
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Yea dont think its the tranny but I guess its possible... If I get 20k more outta this car I will probably just try and find another
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I doubt its the trans..they whine..Anyways see if it get louder over time and try to pinpoint it then i guess
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yea probably better than throwing parts at it
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Yeah don't feel bad i on't think anybody likes to do that
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wll im figuring it will get MUCH worse before it just lets go....I hope
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If it happens on right turns and straight driving. the drivers cv/ half shaft id shot. sence the weight is shifted to that side when turning right. just because the boot are not ripped or torn doesn't mean they are in working order (rusted/binding/no grease). plus when the cv shaft is out of car, push and check the gear sticking out of transmission for a bad trans bearing. THIS GOES FOR ALL WHO HEAR/FEEL NOISE AND VIBRATION ON ACCELERATION AND HARD RIGHT AND OR LEFT TURNING.
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If a shop sold you a new bearing and installed it and the bill came to $60.00, that'* the first thing I would suspect.
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