the stock dog bone allows for quite a bit of movement. check your pass side mount. there may be a cap to pop off covering what i like to refer to the indicator. Once the cap is off, youll see rubber in the middle. Inside the mount there is hydraulic fluid. Should this mount fail, the rubber will concave IN; it should be convex OUT (indicating full of fluid). OE replacements (recommended from Steve, not the autoparts store options) or poly aftermarkets will run $180+ if you want it to last more than 2 months.
Plus, that dog bone is easy to take out and can be fixed with poly inserts for $25 plus some time.
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