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Noise coming from passenger side rear wheel when slowing down

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If it is while braking it is mostly like your brake pads are worn. Replacing them yourself is the easiest option, but if your not confident then take it to a shop that does brakes. Probrably around $200.00 to have someone change them.

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Could be a wheel bearing, loose brake pad, loose shock or strut.... Better get it checked out.

Posted on Oct 18, 2013

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SOURCE: Knocking sound coming from passenger side rear

Could be a number of things, but one that is not thought of generally is the exhaust pipe. After checking the lug nuts, the spindle nut, and the shock absorber bolts to be sure they're tight, grab the exhaust pipe (when it's cool) and shake it around and see if it hits anything. I've had to bend the hangers on exhaust pipe and muffler to realign the exhaust pipe so it doesn't hit the suspension. The clearances are fairly tight right there by the wheel.

Posted on Oct 18, 2013

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