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I have a clanking noise coming from the right rear tire area. We've taken the tire off and can't find anything loose. It sounds like loose metal clanging around when I drive down a bumpy road. Any suggestions? Counld it be the brake pads or brakes? the noise stops when I apply the brakes when going over bumps.

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  • nelleprinty Jul 01, 2009

    Its a 2002 Chrysler Sebring, not a PT Cruiser - sorry didn't change that earlier.

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Check the rear shock mounting bolts... especially the top one.

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