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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-20-2012 Thread Starter
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Squeaking Noise on 1997 Cobra Mustang

Hi all, ive just developed a anoying squake in the rear of my 97 cobra,sounds like its comming more from the right rear, any suggestions? Thanks.

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probably the brakes

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Well, its not a rolling squeak, its a bouncing up and down squeak. in the rear.
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everything is stock? It could be any part of the rear suspension, springs, control arms, bushings...
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Yes sir, it is alll stock,im kinda leaning toward control arm bushings,is their a fix or do i replace? Thanks you much.
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best just to replace them...really you should do shocks, struts, springs, upper and lower rear control arms...it will handle 100% better
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