Question about 2006 Chrysler Sebring
Are you sure its the bushings making the noise? first off you dont grease the bushings. a lot of the squeaking i have seen comes from the ball joints. that generally means they need to be replaced. you need to make a real inspection of the front suspension. none of the parts that come on these cars have grease fittings. usually the upper strut bushings are the first to go. like i said, you need to make an inspection. you may have parts that are failing. this can be dangerous if one fails. there are bushings, 2 each, on both the upper and lower control arms. the lowers are where the arm attaches to the frame. the uppers are attached to the upper strut mount. generally you would replace the complete control arm assemblys
Posted on Apr 24, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Id say lack of grease in the balljoints is your issue. if the balljoints do not have grease sert? Get a needle kit at local parts store for about 10 bucks and buy a grease gun with some synthetic grease, Stick needle into the most outer edge and pump it full, You can use it in tour tie rods as well. This should resolve your issues
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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