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My Cs3 lancer makes a creaking noise like a door when slowing down. Seems to come from the rear. What is it.

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Could be suspension bushes dry or Exhaust touching some where?

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is there any way to fix it without going to the shop? and you cant fix it your self will it be expansive to take it to the shop?

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BALLJOINTS OR CVC JOINTS ?

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That's the wheel bearings.

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This sound is coming from your strut. Sometimes they will get water in the seals, or dirt, and they will start creaking exactly as you describe. This isn't a big problem unless you can't live with it, and if this is the case, just replace the strut on that side. When the car bounces when you press on that side, then you need to worry about that strut, but otherwise, it's ok.

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The upper part of the struts have a bearing in them and they are known to generate noise when they seize or wear out,that would be the first place that i would look.

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