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Old 12-02-2015, 10:43 PM
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Default 2006 Kia Sedona Cracked Bushings, $1200 Repair ???

Our 2006 Sedona has just 105,000 miles on it. Lately it has been making cracking, crunching, squeezing noises when going over bumps at 5 MPH and other low speeds. Particularly over lip at end of our driveway. No noises at speed and no vibrations. Took it to dealer today. They say it is cracked metal front bushings (think control arms but not sure). They say they need to drop the subframe to replace all 4 and it's 9 hours of labor. $1200+. Does this seem reasonable? Also needs power steering pump replaced ($569 for brand new pump). $1800 is a Ton of money to dump into vehicle worth $4000 but I cannot afford to replace it with anything good and we have owned it since brand new. Never in any accidents. I rarely go to the dealer but my local mechanic said take it to Kia as it might be a TSB issue. Kia says no. We are in the New Jersey rust belt and it received the 2013 Control Arm recall/service for rust inspection (not replaced). Looking for advise. It's due to be worked on tomorrow. Thanks!
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