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Why does my chrysler grand voyager keep creeking when going over bumps

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You need to "oil the springs"...lol. Get a Chevy! No, really, why did you post that in this forum? What watch were you wearing when all this creeking was happening...

I'm just teasing you...

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

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