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CTT Front Airshock Mount Bushing & Control Arm Replacement If you notice your car is squeaking a lot at front, not smooth over bumps, has noises coming out of front, chances are your shock mount bushings are damaged and need replacement. If you need to do this, I hope you can use this tutorial to get it all fixed. Hope it helps. Feel free to give feedback afterwards. Thank you. Pics labeled *-DRV are for driver side shock...otherwise everything else is same on both sides. Author ciaka Category Cayenne (9PA, 9PA1) - Common Fixes and Repairs Submitted 11/01/2016 09:06 PM Updated 03/14/2017 07:08 AM
If you notice your car is squeaking a lot at front, not smooth over bumps, has noises coming out of front, chances are your shock mount bushings are damaged and need replacement. If you need to do this, I hope you can use this tutorial to get it all fixed. Hope it helps. Feel free to give feedback afterwards. Thank you. Pics labeled *-DRV are for driver side shock...otherwise everything else is same on both sides.
Putting in an order for some front suspension parts today, and I just want to make sure I have the correct sway bar bushings. I believe it is these, but since GT2 is in parenthises I'm not sure if they actually mean it is for a turbo or not. Can anyone tell for sure? http://www.pelicanparts.com/cgi-bin/smart/more_info.cgi?pn=996-343-792-16-M100&catalog_description=&Front%2520Sway%2520Bar%2520Bushing%252C%2520Stock%2520Rubber%2520%2528%2532%2520per%2520car%252C%2520sold%2520individually%2529%252C%2520%2539%2539%2536%2520GT%2533%2520%2528%2531%2539%2539%2539%252D%2530%2535%2529%252C%2520each%2520 And for my front suspension overhaul, I'm attacking the following: Main control arms Control arm links sway bar bushing Recently did tie rods and sway bar end links. Should I add anything else to the list while I'm in there? Thanks, Connor
I have recently purchased and installed a set of front and rear "POWERFLEX" bushings kit for my 997.1 C2S and here is my comments. Regardless a few 996 type bushings were sent to me by mistake which my mechanic was able to solve with a bit of modification work done, the outcome seems okay so far with the ride feels quite a bit firmer than standard (of course lost a bit of comfort but can live with it). The major issue that attracted me was their kind of life time guarantee as the standard bushings on some areas doesn't seem to last very long. Anyway, I have noticed at the same time that from there every time when I drive slow on bumppy roads, the front end do have a slight rubbing noise which sound like rubber rubbing with rubber. May I ask if anyone who installed this onto their cars has similar issues?