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Noisy front and rear suspension on 2007 suzuki aerio.

It makes more squeaking in cold weather.

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It is probly the rubber bushings need some sort of lube between rubber n steel moving parts when car bounces . u'll need 2 SAFELY lift support car while u remove , lube n replace parts unless u can pump grease though a needle (slowly) it would save u alot of wrenching good luck (safely)

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