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Sounds like a bed bouncing in the back , only while driving fowar

Skeaking noise in back ?

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Check leaf springs bolts, remove and grease, re install them and torque to right specs

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    Check leaf springs bolts, remove and grease, re install them and torque to right specs



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A clunk noise is coming from the back of my 2006 accord. Could this be the sway bar?

Please describe in what driving situations the noise is produced.

A rattling noise lead me to think a broken exhaust tie-down is the problem, Inspect when car is cold and shake exhaust pipes, muffler and cat converter.

It may sound stupid but have you check the trunk for maybe the jack being loose.

Next, while car is stopped, bounce up and down with your full body weight on each corner of vehicle and see if sound is produced. May indicate broken or weak shock.

There might be other suspension problem that could cause noise, but the above are the most likely.

Post back with more info on exactly when noise occurs it above does not remedy.


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Rear thumping noise

probably shocks have someone bounce to get noise going and put your hands on suspension parts you should feel the bump as well this will narrow down

Oct 01, 2008 | 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Hello. I hear a very loud thumping noise from the back of my 2014 Toyota Corolla as I slow down. I have taken it twice to the service station at the dealer and they hear the noise but cannot identify where...

Here are the only reason that can cause a thumping noise
  1. Wheel and Tire Problems
    • Wheels can become bent from striking objects, and tires can develop bulges from broken belts or wear. Both problems may cause a thumping noise. Thumping sounds caused by wheel and tire problems will typically increase in frequency at higher speeds, though the sound may not be heard at lower speeds. These problems can often be spotted by visual inspection.
    Suspension Problems
    • Worn or broken struts or strut mounts can create a thumping noise, especially when the vehicle hits a bump in the roadway. To test struts, bounce the rear of the car by forcefully pushing down on it and letting go. After letting go, the car should settle back to its original position without bouncing or noise.
    Loose Trim
    • Loose trim pieces near or in the wheel well can flutter in the wind while a car is being driven. These trim pieces may create a thumping noise as they strike other objects. A car owner can check trim pieces for looseness to determine if that is the source of the noise.
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Feb 20, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Front suspension

sounds like damaged shocks. if you push down on one side how long does it take for it to settle. should be 3 moves or less. any more then they are damaged. front dropping is a good sing they have failed. or not been set properly.

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Timing Belt or Chain? Just an idea, don't know what would cause a clicking noise in alternator. Another idea is the valves and rack, may need adjustment aka Running the rack

Mar 11, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Scratchy noise at the back of defender

You need to have a look at your rear suspension bushes, they make a clunking, knocking sound that sounds a lot like a trailer when empty bouncing around.

Mar 06, 2012 | 1993 Land Rover Defender

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Noise from rear of car only while driving, can not duplicate noise by bouncing rear of vechicle,replaced rear struts, replaced sway bar links ,everything from trunk removed, sounds like something loose, ...

Cheap and easy fix, just replace the rubber bushings under the back where the sway bar is held to the chassis. The rubber gets worn and hard and allows the bar to rattle when going over bumps.

Dec 24, 2010 | 2000 Toyota Camry

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Are my shocks air shocks or other?

no, your shocks are not air. they are worn out. when you are by the car make it bounce by pushing on the bumper several times fast. If it continues to bounce 2 or more times then its time for new shocks. My avalanche is doing the bouncing thing now. Just dont have the money to replace the shocks yet.

The grinding from the brakes is probably the feeler on the pads letting you know they are about to be worn out. The feeler scratches the rotor to make the noise. When the noise stops then the feeler has broken off and you are about to be brakeless.

Nov 11, 2009 | 1996 Mitsubishi Galant

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Buckling Noise at rear of car (06 Touareg)

if possible have someone stand on the bumper and bounce. while you are under with a flashlight and try topinpoint the noise. if no noise while bouncing, the trouble is in the drive line not suspension. this noise could be something as simple as a seized shock bushing not or a u-joint. maybe the brake cable rubbing somewhere. good luck

Feb 24, 2009 | 2006 Volkswagen Touareg

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It sounds like the power steering fluid is low. You probably have a slight leak and need to check it often. My 95 does the same thing and is loud if I let the fluid get too low. On my Esi the power steering is on the passenger side of the engine compartment.

Jan 04, 2009 | 1995 Eagle Talon

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