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2011 Buick Enclave. Rattle in the suspension when driving slow, especially when the road is a bit rough.

Replacing the rear bushings may eliminate the rattle. Worked for my vehicle.

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What would cause the rear tire to rattle when kicked. I also have a rattling sound when driving from same area. My steering is horrible and when driving 60 it sways rapidly back and forth

Sounds like you need to get to a garage!

First thing is to check the tire pressures as under, or over inflation can cause swaying at speed.

Next thing to check is wheel bearings. Jack the vehicle up and feel for play when you try to rock the wheel top and bottom.

Other things are suspension ball joints and steering linkages and joints.

Also check the brake pads, if they are down to the metal, they might rattle.

Either way, your vehicle is an accident waiting to happen.

The least worrying thing is the rattle, although I can't see how a tire can rattle when you kick it. Perhaps the suspension or brakes, but not the tire.

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Rattle and shake from front to rear of VW

The problem you describe is coming from your suspension .if your having fuel problems and your car is puttering or surging this will cause bad suspension to sound very noisy and make a lot of different shake and rattles

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I have a 2002 Dodge ram 1500. I kept hearing a rattling noise coming from my left tire when I hit potholes and uneven spots only. Doesn't do it on smooth flat roads. So I took it into a shop and they...

Depending on the suspension design the lower ball joints could be rattling but it is less likely on a system that has upper ball joints and if so they tend to produce an altogether heavier knock rather than a rattle.

Worn track rod ends and/or steering racks can cause a rattle but the most common cause is the stabiliser connecting rod - the rod or bar connecting the antiroll bar or stabiliser bar to the suspension arm or strut which traditionally is an arrangement of rubber bushes but more recently using one or two small ball joints.

Shock absorbers too can rattle - a lot!
They break sometimes and sometimes a mounting bolt becomes a little loose and sometimes the internal valves wear and cause horrible rattles for which there is no visible cause...

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1994 camry makes a rattling noise in rear suspension when i hit a bump and have already replaced struts and mounts and stablizer links

are you sure your exhaust aint rattling??ive seen people come in for suspension when its the exhaust,check the mounting bushings,and brackets

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You may have to replace it but money wise it is a lot of times cheaper to convert over to standard shock/strut suspension than it is to buy the pump

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its your muffler hitting the bottom of your car, and also the way that our exhaust is set up is it goes above the suspension in the back so thatt might be hitting too

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first try to tie all your bolts in the front end with1/2 drive wrench,then try to bounce your car in the front to pinpoint where is the rattle it could be your strut mount

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