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My Jeep Creaks when hitting bumps, only when it is cold (below 35 'F)

This has happened for years. Bought car in summer, no problems but the colder it gets the more creaking it makes.

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They all do that.
old cars, ..............
if frisky? try silicon spray at all suspension joints.

Posted on Dec 27, 2013

  • Peter Bruecken Jan 04, 2014

    I took off the front wheels and lubed the only zerk (upper ball joint) and sprayed all suspension parts with silicon as you suggested and it seems to have fixed it. Thanks for the cure!

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SOURCE: 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Creaks over bumps

Just start at the front and lube every thing that has a lube fitting. Make sure that you lube all the drive lines. this should stop your creaks.

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

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