Says who? Googling "034 camber mount failure" doesn't yield much.
Heard lots of bad things about their track density mounts for the Mk6, but not these.
I wish i would have seen this thread a few weeks ago. I had significant clunking from my rear sway bar installation, which turned out to be a loose endlink.
Here's a follow up question though - Even after tightening down all the bolts, about 3-4 weeks later one of the endlinks came loose again. Can you use locktite on MOOG endlinks? What if i used medium strength locktite.
I recently had H&R coilovers installed and everything was fine for the first 2-3 days until I got my alignment. I got my car back from the alignment shop and now I have a creaking coming from the front of the vehicle. It doesn't happen when I go over bumps, nor does it happen during turns/cornering. It happens upon initial acceleration, deceleration, and occasionally when i'm cruising at a fixed speed. The only thing that has changed since the initial install of the coilovers was the alignment. During the alignment the shop had to cut out a portion of the strut opening to be able to adjust the camber plate, otherwise, it was impossible to reach. Attached is a picture of what I mean.
Does anyone have any suggestions on what could have caused this? I have a video, but I'm not sure how to host a video.
Probably that pointless little tab touching the strut top nut.
If you’re gonna cut strut tops cut them clean and completely...those jagged zig zags are a great way to induce cracks
I thought that strut nut doesn't move, and it doesn't creak more going through bumps or road imperfections. Could it be control arm bushings need silicone lubricant or lithium grease?
I'll ask my regular shop to cut it all the way around next time my car goes in