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2007 Entourage front sub-frame bushings.

Hi all,


My work continues on the 2007 Entourage that I bought my
wife a few weeks ago. I took the car to a Hyundai dealership
to have the brake light switch replaced as part of an active
safety recall. The dealership also did a complimentary

multi-point inspection and reported that one (or both) of the
rear bushings on the front sub-frame needs to be replaced.
My first question is would this cause rattling noises?
I have noticed rattling and bumping noises, and was wondering what was causing it.


I'm trying to find part numbers for the bushings, and I was
looking for a kit that has both an upper and lower halves;
but I'm only finding one part number that looks like the lower
half; the part number is: 62416-4D000
Is this the only part number I need to repair the bushings,
or is there a second part number for a second half?
Also, is this part number for only 1 location, or is it for both
rear bushings (quantity 2)? Is there a better quality after-
market bushing that is recommended over using OEM?
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These bushings look to be dealer only parts in the USA.
I did find the following non-OEM part number:



49360996 manufactured by Corteco. These are available in

Europe, but I have not been able to find these parts available in the USA.
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Should the following parts also be replaced in the repair?


62494-4D000 Engine Cradle Stopper


These look to be large rubber washers that go above the front sub-frame,
and between the sub-frame and body. Just wondering what is usually
replaced when these bushings go bad.
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Subframe bush on Entourage will make for weird squeel or klunk sound.. wont really hurt anything,, more of an annoying sound..

Frame not going to fall off, as all is captured when assembled..

If you choose to have bushing replaced,, best to replace all 4 while frame is down of tub,, and replace them "stopper" when re-assemble, they is a rubber ring and steel washer assembly, thye get rusted over years and seperate,, no real hazard

Bushing is royal PIA to replace, Hyundai come up with remover-installer tool, but the whole tool is a joke,, the bolt used is too small diameter (capacity for load needed to pull bushing),, usually end up getting center rubber out, then use die grinder with burr to cut through outer steel sleeve of bushing so it collapse and fall out of frame' bore easily..

If frame really junked up for rust and what not damage,, new frame is around $450 I think,, add labor and align
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Thank you for your detailed response. I was under the understanding that bad sub-frame
bushings could cause alignment problems and lead to bad tire wear. This would be my

only concern for not replacing the bushings; but my wife probably just wants the noise
to stop.
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Thank you for your detailed response. I was under the understanding that bad sub-frame
bushings could cause alignment problems and lead to bad tire wear. This would be my

only concern for not replacing the bushings; but my wife probably just wants the noise to stop.
The noise is likely from the bushings. Not a safety factor but if it bother her a lot will want to replace. Do all around.

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I don't recommend to replace that. It's not like all rubber bushings on Ford, it has outer metal sleeve. You are expected to pay around $1000 to replace all bushings, may be more expensive than the whole car, and I don't think you can find any better deals even from local mechanics around

Since you live in TX, bushings can be rust free that's a good thing. If you can do yourself, just burn out the rubber, cut the sleeves and press in new bushings and top stoppers. If not, just fill the space with construction adhesive and drive till end

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Thanks Camper for the input. I want to go ahead and replace them because I want to keep the car at least three years. The Hyundai dealership quoted $429 for replacing just the rear bushings which didn't seem too bad. But I have asked around and did find a local suspension shop that said if I supplied the parts, they would do it (the rear bushings only) for around $150; so I'm looking at around $250 total which I think is worth replacing them.
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I just placed the order for the parts; two bushings and two stoppers. The total was
right at $80 including shipping. Best price I could find was at KiaCheapParts.com


The local dealership wanted $44.10 + tax for just one bushing (not including the stopper); so just ordered them on-line.

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Thanks Camper for the input. I want to go ahead and replace them because I want to keep the car at least three years. The Hyundai dealership quoted $429 for replacing just the rear bushings which didn't seem too bad. But I have asked around and did find a local suspension shop that said if I supplied the parts, they would do it (the rear bushings only) for around $150; so I'm looking at around $250 total which I think is worth replacing them.
That's good news, but be careful that they may jack up the labor. They may thought the job is as easy as for American cars. You should show them the parts and tell them there are both inner and outer metal sleeves on the bushing. Here in Ohio I asked around and the cheapest labor is $150 for 1 bushing

Let me know how much you pay
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