GM H Body Sub Frame Repair
GM H-body Sub-Frame Repair from '92 to '99
Many folks have experienced sub-frame problems with the GM H-body from '92 to '99. The rear sub-frame members have rotted away right around the mounts to the body allowing the whole drive train assembly to drop down and possibly disconnect the steering mechanism.
I researched the situation on the Internet and found lots of solution options ranging from junking the car to a major sub-frame replacement. My choice was to weld replacement plates [or rings] for the body to frame rubbers to sit on and try to get a few more years out of it.
My '96 Le Sabre is undoubtedly the best car I've ever had. Great mileage, good looks and lots of interior comforts are only a few of it's attributes. However, after years of bouncing around on New Hampshire frost heaves and pot holes plus road salt, time has take its toll. I opted to attempt to repair it and it worked so slick I put together an 18-page instruction booklet on how to do it. It has lots of photos, an index and information on where to get the parts you'll need.