Thread: Bad Rear Sound
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Old 02-29-2012, 12:37 PM   #14
Gus330vrum
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Originally Posted by Nickaroni22 View Post
Subframe is something I'll be checking into, the sound does go away after I drive for a bit, even at slow speeds. It's like the first few miles I drive I hear it then it goes away. I'm not a mechanic or anything, but I do know some stuff. I checked bushings and shocks nothing seemed to be an issue there. If its the subframe what exactly would I be looking for.
I tough subframe issue was at all times.. Even worse on sharp turns?

But check it ( your year built is the most known subframe issue.

Which i still can't figure out why BMW Stop the warranty recall 2005/2006.

I believe recall should count based on vin lifetime recall on each individual vin # : so hopefully your issue was addressed.

Yours seems like wheel bearing/diff fluid.. You can lubricate the wheel bearing or get new ones... Also change your fluid on differential ,let's not forget it's solid BMW 12 years old car

Rtab- rear trailing arm bushings, 55$ pair/ most expensive will be labor because tool required is costly and you can Make your own shown on some DIY , search!

Bad one- loose turn, loose feeling on the rear, windy days:even worse!

A kit for rear/ all bushings 600$/
Oem

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