- When driving on bumpy roads or turning the vehicle, a groaning, popping or grinding noise may be heard from the front strut. This is caused by the mounting rubber and upper spring seat rubbing together.
If this condition occurs, the mounting rubber should be replaced with a
modified part. Section "A" of the mounting rubber was cut 1.5 mm to
increase the clearance between the rubber and the upper spring sheet. See figure
Refer to section R of the applicable workshop manual for removal and
CAUTION: BEFORE REPLACING THE MOUNTING RUBBER, TAKE NOTE OF THE
POSITION OF THE "REFERENCE MARKER". THE NEW MOUNTING RUBBER SHOULD BE
INSTALLED WITH ITS "REFERENCE MARKER" IN THE SAME POSITION AS THE OLD
MOUNTING RUBBER IMPROPER INSTALLATION OF THE MOUNTING RUBBER WILL RESULT IN
|LA01 34 380C
||Old Part No: LA01 34 380B
Note: This information applies to verified customer complaints on vehicles covered under normal warranty.
Refer to the SRT microfiche for warranty term information.
|Part Number Main Cause
||LA01 34 380C
||1.1 (Right and Left Side)