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Back wheel coil spring sqeuking

The coil spring on the back wheel of my 1991 Mercedes 190E is producing a squeking sound. The spring seems to be working alright when dirivng but squeks everytime I hit a small hump or porthole. Does that mean the coil spring is worn out or is there any way of adjusting them to stop that annoying sound ?

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There should be a shock running in the middle od the spring this is what is squeking not your spring

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