Question about Surco S4050 S4050 Safari Rack 40 x 50 Cargo Rack Chevy Aveo 201
Just a load banging noise right rear going over any kind of bump
Could be: (since I'm not familiar with your car/truck here's a couple things to look for/at.)
- Loose shock absorber
- Loose spring shackle
- Loose/broken spring
- Very worn wheel bearings (they'd have to be VERY bad though)
Of course, the above assumes you're pretty sure the noise is coming from he bottom of the vehicle?
Jack the vehicle up using stands. Put a bar under the tire while it's off the ground and lift the tire and see if you can see/hear what's making all the noise. Be careful doing this as the vehicle is jacked up. But if the wheel is loose enough, you should be able to see/hear where the noise is coming from.
Posted on Feb 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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