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I've got almost 7 grand on 482 and it seems like if I hit a moderate or heavier bump (speed bump) going say 5 mph or faster, I get an embarassing sqeak as the suspension moves with the bump. I try not to go fast over bumps at all, but it seems as though something is not lubricated enough and/or installed correctly. Any info will help.
 

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I have heard it is the coil spring at the
bottom rubbing on the base.
To fix, you have to lift the coil spring
away from the base and slide a piece of
rubber, like a inner tube,and then lower the coil spring.
The article said it fixed the problem.
 

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mine squeeks too. Figured it was the urethane bushings.
 

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I also have a similar squeek that I have located. Try opening your passenger side door and stand up on the door sill and see if you get a squeek. I thought it was plastc molding in back seat area. Turns out that if you take a rag and hold onto the door latch loop that is connected to the rear quarter panel door jam and pull abruptly but gently towards yourself the fiberglass is rubbing on somthing inside the quarter panel and makeing a creeking sound. I am going to attempt to remove my rear sear and interior plastic in rear to see if I can remedy problem. Although my sound always "seemed" to come from the passenger door area, a similar problem further back in the car could "seem" to come from the rear suspension. Just a thought. May not actually be a suspension problem is what I'm trying to say.
 

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Yep. And I thought I was the only one. I have the same squeek. I pointed it out to my wife the other day and she said she didn't hear it until I pointed it out. Hope we find it!

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Nsty.. heheh.. I can relate to that one.. :sad:

Brian
 
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