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Slamming noise from rear of jeep

At a full stop if hear a slamming noise from the rear of jeep. what could it be?

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  • cms_ext Apr 22, 2009

    When i first stop. If i brake slowly and cost to a stop the slamming does not occur. All so i need front brakes. I wonder if i need back brakes as well.

  • vbsanders May 11, 2010

    When you first stop, as you start to apply the gas at a full stop, or just idling ?

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Without checking it out it would be hard to pin down, but it pretty much HAS to be one of these things. A broken shock or spring, a broken brake disc or one of the discs in loose in the caliper. If it is a shock making that kind of noise it would likely be visibly broken and show other signs (bouncing, popping).If it were a spring~ sometimes they are just noisy, but they should also make the noise at other times.If you haven't had the noise occur at any other time (rough terrain, tight cornering) it's almost certainly brakes.It's a good idea to replace all four at a time~ in my experience if two are worn, all are worn.

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