I've got the upper torque mount on order because of a noise I hear when I start the engine, the rubber looks a bit worn out on that. I wouldn't think that would cause the noise described in this post though as it seems to be suspension related.capecodacadia said:engine mounts?
No more so than the tranmissions, steering systems, leaking sun roofs, rods and links, timing chains, assorted electrical issues....anicolay said:Are the engine mounts a common problem with these vehicles?
Let me know if you have any luck with this, or any other fix, just like you, it driving me nuts, it sounds like I'm driving an old rust bucket over train tracks when all I'm doing is driving on city streets at low speed. I would love to have this problem solved, but I'm sick of replacing parts that don't really need replacing.GAcadia22 said:What I really think is causing mine is the steering rack.
Like you I was doing lots and lots of research on this and yes front lower control arm bushings solved my clunking too!!Lboada123 said:Went down this rabbit hole. Ended up being control arm bushings on mine.