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Rear suspenison squeaks when body is twisted or flexed during turns into drive ways or parking lots. it sounds like metal rubbing against metal.

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Check your rearbushing on that rear suspenison.
or the brake backing plate could be rubbing against drum or rotor.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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