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DO SHOCKS WEAR OUT AND START TO AND SQUEAK WITH AGE


the squeaks will be dry rubber bushings. Use some wd-40 and squirt one bush at a time to find the squeak and replace that one or re-tension the nuts or bolts. could be the sway bar bushes.

Jul 21, 2014 | 2004 Toyota Solara

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Bush 40"lcd tv replacement screen


You will have to repost it in the proper category, you are stuck with this one in cars and trucks

Feb 10, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2001 PT Cruiser. I recently replaced the front struts and I happened to notice the bushings on the lower control arm (A-frame?) looked worn I am still hearing some thumping over bumps (but a lot...


leave it to a garage as they will need special tools if you can buy the bushes ,normally its a complete lower track control arm and the tracking will need checking afterwards ,Special tools required are a hacksaw and big hammer with suitable old big bolts as drifts ,remove the track control arm and then set light to the rubber in the bushes with a blow torch or a BBQ or a small bonfire ,then when rubber is burnt out and the inner piece drops out unclip hacksaw blade and push through hole mount blade ,cut a slot in the metal housing then the old piece will tap through ,take new bush and push a screwdriver through the hole and lightly run the outer casing over a bench grinder to take a knats whatsit off then put in the freezer compartment and leave for a hour ,warm up the track control arm hole either with blow torch or bonfire and then the bush will go in fairly easy with a few taps from hammer or push in with a big vice ,This is the cowboy way of fitting and not the text book recomended way but it will work ,wasnt a commercial fleet truck fitter for a many a year for nothing .No tracking gauges ?? got a tape measure ?? set to equal back and front taking measurement from lip on end of wheel rim not the tyre.Now when i was in the desert and we captured abandoned tanks ??? sorry that was the old mechanics that taught me 40 yrs ago but the dodges to get them going still applies today .

Mar 31, 2011 | 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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FRONT END SQUEAKING SOUND WHEN IN MOTION, AND WHEN YOU PRESS DOWN ON HOOD ON DRIVER'S SIDE OF CAR.


One of my customers had the same problem. I sprayed all the bushings with WD-40 and the noise went away. The rubber bushings have metal sleeves inside them that bolts go thru, over time, rust will build up and you'll get a squeak. The newer cars have alot of bushings on them.

Jun 02, 2010 | 2003 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

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I have an 06 Cobalt LS with a very annoying knocking sound coming from the front end. Someone told me it was the stabliizer bar links. I thought it was a strut problem because of the wet marks around both...


It is most likely the control arm bushings. These are notorious for going out on Cobalts. I have had mine replaced twice.

The control arms on both the driver and passenger side have rubber bushings which probably deteriorated. This is causing metal to hit metal when the car goes over bumps.

The bushings themselves are relatively inexpensive; you can most likely pick them up at a dealership for under $40. The only issue is installing them. You have to use a hydraulic press to press the old bushings out and press the new bushings in. This isn't difficult, but you need the equipment.

May 26, 2010 | 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt

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Squeaking sound coming from under my truck ? I just replaced the u-joints today.


I would check all the suspension bushings. You could try to spray the bushings with WD-40. Try having someone push up and down on the bumpers, you maybe able to track down the noise.

Mar 07, 2010 | 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck

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Squeeks!!! When the door opens or closes it squeeks very loud. WD 40 and other similar products have nott helped.


WD 40 is a water displacement formula not a lubricating product.

Try a oil hand pump with some light engine oil on the henge directly.

After a few days this should help.

Hope this tip helps.

r/
David

Jan 23, 2010 | 2002 Oldsmobile Alero

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I have an old 88 ford f-150 that I can not get from 4 high into neutral and 4 low. Whats wrong?


the 4x4 shifter has a bushing that lets it pivot to each position you can see it under the vehicle,it bolts on to the trans/transfer case.it will seize fast and not let you move your shifter,sometimes you can loosen the large bolt that holds the bushing and spay it with wd-40,and work it back and forth then more spray .it happens even to the 2000 ford trucks.

Nov 21, 2009 | 1988 Ford F 150

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Bad Wobble at speeds over 40 or hitting small bumps in road


most of the time, it's the trac bar bushing. if it's worn, you can death wobble over 40 mph. replace it with a polyurethane bushing.

Jun 22, 2009 | 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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