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I have a Mitsubishi DI-D GS4, which has had a rumbling bearing style noise coming from the back. Whilst in the drivers seat, it always appears to be coming from the nearside rear, so I had the nearside rear bearings replaced, which had no effect. I had the opportunity to sit in the passenger side whilst someone else drove, and it appears then to be coming from under the car, nearer the centre. Any ideas would be helpful.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is likely that you have worn rubber bushing in one or more of the suspension control arms, check them all. Also check for loose suspension bolts on all control arms. Have you checked the free play of the wheel?
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
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