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Rear Suspension Noise

I have been acquiring some rear suspension noises lately. Especially when rolling over speed bumps. Sounds like something is loose back there. Any ideas?


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If the noise you are hearing sounds like the exhaust is banging every time you hit a bump or travel rough roads it is a Rear Sway Bar Link Bushing. Most likely one has gone south. Replace BOTH sides and don't over tighten them. Torque the fasteners. Problem solved

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I have been acquiring some rear suspension noises lately. Especially when rolling over speed bumps. Sounds like something is loose back there. Any ideas?
Have you brought this up to your dealer, Mad Italian? If not, I recommend you bring it in. Your service manager is in the best position to ensure a proper diagnosis, and will be able to provide available options and/or coverage for any work needed.

Also, remember repairs done at a Ford Dealer come with a 24 months/unlimited miles warranty. You can schedule an appointment online here. Let me know the outcome.

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