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My merc. has a bad squeak coming from the rear I thought it was the suspension but a mechanic says its okay he greased it but its geting worse you hear it all the time

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Check your rear sway bar mounted rubber bushes it's can make same noise first spray some silicon spray on it and get it for drive if problem solved replace mounting rubber..

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