the low freq noises in the underbody can be really deceiving: i thought my front suspension had smth clunking but it turned out to be REAR sway bar bushings.
the sound clearly came from the front end
2008 CR-V 2.0 A/T Executive Navi, Nighthawk Black Pearl (119 000 km)
2009 Toyota Avensis Wagon 1.8 CVT Navi
ex-2002 HR-V 1.6i LS CVT Joy Machine Nighthawk Black Pearl (sold at 192 000 km)
So you guys think I need to change out both sides? And it is the front end links that you think I need.
It's Always Better To Ask Dumb Questions Than To Make Stupid Mistakes...
If someone else can design it, I sure as heck can figure out how to fix it!
2000 CR-V ex RT4WD Auto (166,000 kms)
1965 MG Midget MKII
(currently working on putting it back on the road for summer 2012 )
Is it hard to to switch out the end links yourself? I'm not even sure where to start but if the parts aren't that expensive I'd like to try it myself.
The hardest part is getting the old ones off. I used a hack saw. Certainly more labor intensive than the dremel or rotary cutter others have used.
Anyone have a picture or diagram of the sway bar links? I've got a dremmel so I can use that.
Too lazy to put all the crap down I have done to my car.