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Chrysler voyager 2.5 td 2003

Hello my voyager has a serious knocking noise from one side of front of car to the other garages in uk seem to think its the drop links on suspension but another garage says its not,on last year mot mechanic said it could be anti roll bar bushes ??????anyone heard of such a problem thanks

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  • Curt Downs May 11, 2010

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    when does it make this noise? all the time? worse when turning? worse when accelerating? more info please!


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I had the same problem and my mechanics did change the drop links hope this helps

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