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Old 10-29-2012, 08:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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noise in left front car

Hello, I have some problems when driving on bad roads.There is a noise and at the dealer they donư know what it is. All the parts are checked some are replaced and still.... Please can someone help me??
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Old 11-10-2012, 11:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have a weird noise on the right front of car. It is noticeable when I drive over bumps (like the speed bumps on a parking structure). No matter how slow I go over them it seems that the spring squeaks.

Richarjm - by the way the YouTube link that you have does not work. I tried to see it to determine if your problem is similar to mine.
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Search "door striker assembly" GM part #12451555.
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SkyVue2 how would I use the door striker assembly that you mention on your post? Is this related to fixing the noise problem? The noise that I hear seems to come from the front passenger side spring/shock absorber area.
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Sway bar bushing

When it's cold out and I drive over bumps
It sounds like my car is bottoming out
But it's the sway bar bushings
There not bad just cheap LOL
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Since you are more north than me, I am pretty sure I know exactly what you are hearing.

It is the squeaking of the bushing on the front sway bar.

It is pretty common on our cars when the temperature drops below a certain level. There are multiple threads on this. I would simply suggest that you check that the rubber is not dried and cracked. If not, don't worry about it. It will go away once spring and warmer temps come back.

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I clicked on your link and it said it was removed by user
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Glad to know I'm not having this same problem.
And Elff your post makes complete sense, and I feel alot saver now that its not something to serious lol
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