Question about 2004 Chevrolet Astro
My front driver side spring makes popping sounds when the weight shifts from front to back or side to side. The steering/ride feels fine. please help
Check to see if the strut tower bolts are fastened to manufactures recommended torque specifications. Perhaps one of the bolts is broken and or the spring isnt seated properly due to a broken part within the strut assembly or simply because the tower bolts have loosened or werent properly torqued. Did you have the strut replaced or any other service done with the brakes or hubs or connecting rods? Maybe a part wasnt reconnected or properly repaired, or the spring has a crack in it which I would find highly unlikely if it rides fine down the road. Get a free quote from a reputable certified liscensed shop. At least it will be free and then you can decide were to go from there.
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