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The noise is never heard on smooth roads, just on extremely rough roads meaning I have to drive very slowly
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Terrible rear end rattle
It's probably the rear sway bar links. If you can jack your car up and check right behind both rear wheels you will be abale to see the sway bar which is connected to short links about 5in long with ball joints.
If either of them are broken or not connected anymore it can cause some pretty loud noises when you ride on rough roads or hit bumps. They run about $35 per link so it's not a very expensive repair.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
SOURCE: front end rattle
It's a loose steering column. Remove the black plastic shield under the steering wheel. Lossen the bolt that holds the two shafts together, slide them together as far as they'll go, and re-tighten the bolt. It's that simple... to stop that annoying rattle.
Posted on May 15, 2009
i had the same thing happen to me and the brake caliper was loose causeing the rattling noise, it was the pasenger side front caliper too
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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