Question about 2005 Chevrolet Aveo
Chev Aveo front suspension noisy, when driving over road speed bumps. Lately I find a knocking sound when driving on terain where the road area is uneven and the suspention needs to keep up with varying road conditions.
I have had the car at the dealers a few times and the front pendulum arms have been replaced. The 2 lower control arms has also been replaced, about 4 times allready, which seems to cure the problem for a period, about 25 000 Km, then the squeeking starts again.
I have had the car for suspension checks at experts who can find nothing wrong.
There must be a more logical explanation to the problem or way to fix the "problem"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Any rubber bushing--leaf spring ends, anti-roll bar ends, supports, and links, Inner lower front suspension arm bushings. Tie rod ends, ball joints at bottom of front struts may need grease or replacement. Auto supply houses carry rubber lubricants--don't use motor oil--WD-40 works but doesn't last long.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
check the rubber mounts on the bottom of the shockers first........turn wheel outward as far as it will go...grab hold of shocker at the bottom, and shake. if there is too much movement, then this is your problem
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
sounds like aeither a shock or a stabilizer bar or tie rods you can check all of these yourself , check the shocks by pushing down on the corner of your truck three times and it should bounce no more than 3 times and stop if it seems very loose and bounces alot they are usually bad, to check the tie rods and stabilizer bar just jack up the vehicle and then secure it with a axle jack or some type of block that will kep the vehicle from falling then just reach under and try to move the stabilizer bar and tie rods by hand and see if they move easily if they move by hand they are shot but they may not move and still be bad and you would have to have them checked at a shop
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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