Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Lots of creeks, squeaks and other noise coming from the rear. I have replaced rear control arm and ball joint, sway bar links, torsion bar with a 1" type, new brakes and rotors, all axle and differential bearings. Have not replaced springs. Cannot figure it out. HELP!
Posted by Anonymous on
Doubtful the shocks would be the source of any creaking/squeaks. Most creaking and squeak noises are usually a result of worn/dry bushings. I would inspect all swaybar/control arm bushings for dryness and deteriation. Spraying wd40 on all rubber bushings in the rear may cause the noise to subside for a while until you are able to isolate the exactr source
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