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Front suspension creaking pop noise, but only when hot outside.


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#1 OFFLINE   Luka

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 06:45 PM

I noticed this noise last year, only when it is approximately 70/75 degrees outside. Winter came, I live in the Midwest, and the noise went away. Now it is coming back. My chilly/cool morning commute to work (04:30AM) the suspension is silent, but the minute I drive in the late afternoon heat the suspension starts making noise.

 

The creaking popping type of noise happens over small bumps, bouncy roads, when coming to a stop and taking off... I guess basically when the suspension is working. I've jacked the car up and found no play at the wheels, I find no visual issues, using my prybar I can't find any play; I even tried loading the suspension by jacking it up a little. I step on the doorsill with the door open and rock the car but can't duplicate the sound.

 

This isn't a light sound, I actually feel l like people may notice the sound if they are standing/walking near my car as I drive by.

 

Anybody have a similar repair? Suggestions welcomed.









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#2 OFFLINE   indifferent

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Posted 19 April 2017 - 09:03 AM

not uncommon can very-- For me it was the from lower control arm bushings.  Passenger side went first than the driver a year later.

 

I had the same symptoms.  Only when warm when some one got it accelerating etc.






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