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The hazard stems from substandard bushings provided by a subcontractor and installed on connecting rod assemblies over a 15-month period spanning 2015 and 2016, according to Lycoming.
The company projects seven out of 100 bushings will need replacement.
New bushings help improve ride and quicken response time, all resulting in a nimble, comfortable sedan.
Suspension elements were enhanced by thicker trailing arms and bushings for ride compliance and to handle heavier loads.
After realizing that Britton was choking on a bushing (the metal part of the fidget spinner, which is about the size of a quarter), Kelly took Britton to urgent care.
Some of that feedback can be attributed to the aforementioned adaptive dampers and the stiffening of other primary suspension components, from the mounting points to the anti-roll bars to the springs and bushings.
The cabin was quiet, thanks in part to a hood insulator; increased thickness of the front door window glass; sound absorption materials in the pillars, inner fenders and floorpan; and plastic and rubber bushings applied to the front sub-frame.
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