Question about 2001 Mazda Tribute
These are the posibility of creating noise in your front wheel when you go over the bump.
1) check axle drive if the rubber boot are broken, if so, replce axle drive bothside.
2) check the strut shock absorber if the knot by the hood are loose. To check, step on by your door and start jumpping, then you could hear it.
3) check all the rubber bushing or the linkage knots and screws from the stabilizer to the suspention. just all those have a bushing underneath the car, or just try to tightening all the screws.ok
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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