Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 19:25:27 -0500
From: Aaron Solochek <aarons-newsnopsamrant.org>
Subject: Re: opinion on 99 9-3


On Tue, 17 Feb 2004 16:24:46 -0700, Zon wrote: > > "Captain Freedom" <data61aS_P_A_Mnopsamcape.net> wrote in message > news:10356fel4cko5dcnopsam.supernews.com... >> >> I have that problem of the creaking supension when below 32 degrees. >> Which component is doing that and what is the fix? >> > I'm not very good with correct terms in English, so I posted a picture of > front suspension I found from elsewhere in Internet into > alt.binaries.pictures.autos under subject 'front suspension...' > > I've been told that creeking takes place between the torsion bar and > bushing, parts #20 and #23 in my picture. I have also been told that if you > lube it there with such a grease that does not do any bad for the rubber in > bushing, you get rid of the creeking. > > I haven't tried this myself since creeking in my case has been quite > minimal. > > I hope this made any sense and helped you. > > BR:Z My brother has a 99 9-3SE and also had this problem. He said that it was a rubber cover, so that seems to verify your idea. -Aaron

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