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post #1 of 4 Old 06-22-2017, 03:59 PM Thread Starter
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I was told that both my rear bushings are shot and in need of replacement. There's a lot of creaking when going over bumps, and squeaking when cornering and going over bumps as well. There's also a lot of wandering at highway speeds. My question is, are the rear bushings on a 2013 Versa as difficult and pricey to replace? I see tons of videos and online content referring to front and sub frame bushings...But not much in regards to rear bushings. What bothers me is that my car only has 64,000 miles on it. I know bushings degrade over time, but this soon?
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https://www.nissanversaforums.com/gen...-subframe.html

Long series of threads on this topic Here:
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Yes, thank-you. However, that thread deals with font end bushings and sub frame. My question is regarding the rear bushings.
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OOps sorry:

Do a internet search on versa rear suspension. If you are talking the trailing arm bushing that really should be a simple replacement. I haven't done it but it's one bolt - knock the bush out slide new in and re-tighten bolt. Then do other side.

I know it's always easier said than done...............
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