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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-23-2010, 09:01 PM Thread Starter
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Front End Rattle

So yea like it says..... This only happens over bumps at slow speeds. 0 to 10mph. Anyone else have this problem.I did some research and it sounds like the rear control arm bushings, but I'm gonna get underneath my car tomorrow and check it out.


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could be, or just some loose bolts of some kind


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Why would there be a rattle in the front end if it is a REAR control arm bushing?
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Lol good catch. I meant to just say control arm bushings. I can't edit my posts with my damn phone


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go throug the bumps fast than xxaax kid - I have sound in my front too and at slow speed too - no clue whats wrong


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post #8 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-05-2010, 06:20 PM
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Check steering column and control arm bushings

See the post for the column suit. Rattled like crazy on gravel roads or driving in snow. 3rd column (put in yesterday) seems to have stopped it for now.

Was also getting loud clunks/bangs when pulling into my driveway or hitting any bump. Replaced ALL the control arm bushings and that went away.
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or maybe some metal that broke off in ur rear brake area..that was my problem before


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its was a typo, its his front end
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