The Centa Compensator is an interesting piece of machinery. It seems to have solved a lot of the driveline's engineering problems, but they haven't perfected the build quality of them or something. I recently had my car out and totally lost drive, so coasted to a stop. Tried restarting but the starter wouldn't even turn over the engine.
Towed the car to my local dealer and it was found that all four rubber bushings inside of the Centa Compensator had totally failed and disintigrated. Keep in mind I do not abuse my car, nor do I dog it. There was also a problem with the drive coupling. Keep in mind this is on a a car with 1300 or so miles on it.
I'm pleased to be able to pick it up this weekend, and I'm still absolutely in love with the car.
Last edited by Royal Lichter; 20/09/19 06:20 AM.