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2006 Hyundai Sonata has front suspension noises. Ball joint was replaced at the dealership but it is still VERY sqeaky when I turn and/or go down a slight incline. I also noticed today as I was turning rather sharply into a parking space.

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  • Sukki Sep 04, 2010

    Are the shocks the same as struts? I was told that the struts had been replaced already?

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Shock mounting are worn, they are located on top of the shock, they use bearings to stop the shock rubbing of the boby frame.

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