Question about 2006 Chevrolet Colorado
I had a similar problem, I took grease gun and greased my ball joint, tierod end, and whatever other grease points I saw, and that took care of it. In my case, I think it was the tierod. Grease can go a long way though. Your vehicle is fairly new, but whose to say it wasn't greased enough from the factory. My truck was so annoying, every bump I hit, it sounded like an old bed. Also, sometimes your spring can do that as well. You can throw some WD-40 on that as well for old times sake. Good luck
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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