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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: front suspension noise on a
This is very likely a strut making the noise. The bolts holding the strut assembly may be loose and require tightening. If tightening the strut bolts does not help then an hydraulic cartridge should be available from any parts store that can be replaced with a little work and a "strut spring compression" tool that can be rented from the parts store very cheaply.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
This noise is likely caused by swaybar end-link joints. Newer cars use solid rods with ball and socket joints, to connect the ends of the swaybar to the frame. These ball and socket joints at the end of these rods, create an amazingly noticeable and annoying noise in the car when you go over the slightest bump. There is no way to test these things unless you disconnect one end and check to see how tight the ball is in the socket just by wigging the with your hands. If they move around at all without pressure, they are no good. Go to ebay and search "bmw endlinks " for a picture.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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