Must be inspected by a good gunsmith.
New seals, new bushings, new connecting rods, new pistons, new rings and hone the cylinders.
Need to know which bushings, there are many bushings in a vehicle.
would it be subfram bushings that stop the car fromm swaing or sway bar bushings
Since The Villager is of unibody construction, there are only a couple things that can be considered "subframe bushings". Sway bar bushings (front and rear), rear leaf spring bushings, and the most likely, control arm bushings.
They are easy to replace but hard to get at under the dash. Sinply remove the pin holding the pedals in and the rods to the cylinders and the pedals will comeout.
There are a bunch of different bushings...please be more specific.
just normal bushings
how do i replace the front end bushings on 1997 Tahoe
we would need more information but most if not all bushings can be replaced
What is bussin? Bushings? If so, which bushings? Upper Control Arm (A-arm) Bushings? Sway bar bushings -- front or rear? Ya lost me bud, try to be a little more specific and maybe use a spell checker.
There are bushings located underneath most of the vehicles. Bushings are rubber inserts that resist the shock of the driven surface. These rubber pieces are found on all the suspension components of the vehicle.