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>From my reading of your description and the reviewing the family photos
album, it looks like you're talking about the wheel bearing housing,
Cassidy. They're 443 505 431 B for the left side and 432 B for the right.
I don't see a separate part for just a bushing. The housing, as I
understand it, includes the hub. You'd want bearings too, if my review of
the pictures is correct. I've not worked on this part of my '87 5kcstq
yet, but the squeaks coming from there when everything dries out for
several days indicate I'll have to soon.
At 12:09 PM 9/20/99 -0400, Cassidy Bolger wrote:
>When I step on the brake pedal or turn on the headlights the same two
>alternating warning lights flash. The owner's manual tells me to check
>brake pads and lights. Everything checks out. How do I even begin to hunt
>this one down. I possess a volt-meter that I have used once and am fairly
>capable of complex thought. Is this enough to chase Gremlins?
>Also, failed state safety inspection for worn part in rear suspension.
>Mechanic can't come up with a name. They are bushings that the outboard end
>the the rear tie rods link into. The housing looks to be attached to the
>hub, and a bolt runs though a cylindrical extrusion where the tie rod end
>and bushing are. Mechanic says $160 each from the dealer. What is it
>called and I know there are cheaper ones out there. Any one? Any one?
>*1986 5000CS turbo quattro
>*big fat college loans