FW: [s-cars] Re: 200q20v driveshaft bushing p/n's??
jbeer at BooseCasey.com
Sun Mar 17 16:32:20 EST 2002
Sorry for slow response, I have been travelling since Wednesday. I would be
surprised if it is tranny or motor mounts since I did those a couple of
years ago, and these are the guys that did them. They had the drive shaft
out about a year ago to do the center bearing. I will have them recheck
though to make sure it is not the motor or tranny mounts. Thx.
From: Derek Pulvino [mailto:dbpulvino at hotmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2002 5:28 PM
To: jimmy at urs4.com; s-car-list at yahoogroups.com
Cc: gsfent at prodigy.net; 200q20v at audifans.com
Subject: Re: [s-cars] Re: 200q20v driveshaft bushing p/n's??
Jerry et al,
Another thing to check before, or in concert with, looking at bushings,
cv's, or the center support bearing is your tranny mounts. I had, I believe
from your description, the same driveshaft rattle in my car; dissapeared
upon changing the tranny mounts. Also changed subframe bushings and
addressed other sundry details at the same time, but I do think those had no
Best of luck.
>From: "intercooler7" <jimmy at urs4.com>
>To: s-car-list at yahoogroups.com
>Subject: [s-cars] Re: 200q20v driveshaft bushing p/n's??
>Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2002 19:41:14 -0000
>Bushings? You mean CV joints? I had that problem. Boots were fine,
>but the grease had caked (heat from the exhaust despite the
>shield?). Anyway, I disassembled the CV joints, cleaned them,
>reassembled them, and repacked with fresh grease. No problemo. You
>can do this yourself for the cost of some fresh grease.
>1. Drop exhaust after the cat.
>2. Remove heat shields.
>3. Drop driveshaft (6(?)x2 CV joint bolts and 2 carrier bearing
>It helps to have a friend changing the car in and out of gear, while
>you are under the car rotating the driveshaft to get to all of the
>If you have damaged the CV joint, I do not know what p/n you would
>order to rebuild it, but something will work. I would look at it
>before you order anything, because the CV joint may be fine,
>especially if you addressed your rattling noise quickly. BTDT.
>--- In s-car-list at y..., "Beer, Jerald" <gsfent at p...> wrote:
> > Mechanic thinks front and/or rear drivehshaft bushings bad, causing
> > rattle. Center bearing checks OK. Anyone have part #'s? TIA
> > Regards,
> > Jerry
> > 91 200qa
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