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Front left suspension noise when reversing

Driver side front suspension noise only when backing up on a 93 mazda b2600i

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I think you will find its either your lower wish bone bushes need replacing OR its could be brake pads moving in housing as when going forward its the same way as disc goes but in reverse they slide backwards about 5mm if housing is worn ..
other wise you should be ok BUT
Chesk wishbone movement with all wheels on the ground not jacked up

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