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Intermittent springy sound in the rear wheel wheel area but cant be certain. It does not make a difference at what speed or on a smooth or bumpy road. Seems to be less on cool mornings and more as the day heats up.

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The sound could be a weathered leaf spring that is making noise when the suspension travels up and down. You can go to a self car wash and use the pressure washer there to spray the undercarriage down blowing out any loose dirt and gravel from the rear springs and then when it has dried put a little bit of wd40 onto the leaf springs where they meet or if its an independent suspension where the coil meets with another at the top and bottom then drive to see if it goes away. If it does then it would be a good idea to look into replacing the springs as they are most likely worn.

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