ok, start with "It's a Mustang"...probably the rear control arms or bushings...really the problems are part of the charm...not, but it's just a fact that domestics are not built like Jap cars
take it back to ford, tell them about it, they will drive it around and tell you its the bushing or controller arm, mine happen in the front right side. Sounded like a crunch like to straws with the bendy necks.Hello! I finally bought my dream mustang in May. Its a 2013 and I am having this squeaky noise coming from the right rear end when I go over bumps and stuff like that. I dont know what it could be, but its a new car so I dont understand. Please help.
Hello Awacker,Hello! I finally bought my dream mustang in May. Its a 2013 and I am having this squeaky noise coming from the right rear end when I go over bumps and stuff like that. I dont know what it could be, but its a new car so I dont understand. Please help.
You should get a call today, Grim2013.This is exactly the sound mine makes, in the exact same spot. I'm bringing it into the dealership on Saturday.
Please let me know if it returns, mjsca206.I had some squeaks coming from the back-left end of my car.. I had someone sit back there to try to isolate whether it was coming from inside the car (maybe a seatbelt) or somewhere else. The squeaking stopped right after someone sat in the back. It's been about a week, and it hasn't returned yet, so we'll see! I would mostly hear the sound when I was in higher gear going relatively slow (ie 6th gear 40-45 mph) if that makes sense. Sounded like a rattling noise coming from around the rear-left tire area
Let me get this escalated to the customer service manager for your area, titusdrake. Please PM me with your VIN, dealer, mileage, full name, and best daytime number so I can help.mine is now constantly creaking from the front drivers side wheel area.
mefast, please make sure to bring this up to your dealer as soon as possible and make sure to contact Ford Canada at 1-800-565-3673.The rear of mine has been squeaking since the last time I took it in for service. I want to upgrade the suspension over time anyways, so if I figure out what stops the sound, I'll be sure to pass it along.
I'm glad I found this thread. The right rear of my car started squeaking as soon as the temperature started getting cold (~20F) out side. I do not hear it going over small bumps big bigger bumps I can hear it. I'll give my Ford Dealer a call.
Has anyone had anything changed that fixed this?
I recommend you guys bring your vehicles in to your Ford dealer for diagnosis. Then, PM me with your VIN, dealer, mileage, full name, and best daytime number so I can escalate this to the customer service manager for your area.My rear end does it on a cold engine about 35 degrees or below. Not really bothering me now but I'll tell them about it when I get my first oil change in the coming days.
Thank you for the update, valorian. I’ll get back to you in a little while.I took the car in to have the suspension squeak looked at yesterday. They were not able to get the suspension to squeak when they had it. It also didn't squeak when the mechanic and I were in the car together. That is probably due to the temp warming up to almost 40 yesterday. I did not start hearing it till it dropped to about 20 outside. They did put it on a lift and found a bushing on the sway bar that was out of place. So far there is no squeak. We'll see next week when the temp is supposed to drop into the teens.
They were able to fix the steering wheel controls. A connector in the steering column had come disconnected. Not sure how that happens.
Glad to learn the noise is gone, Jakeman83.Just got my mustang back from the dealership yesterday. Come to find out the squeaking sound I had coming from my rear right side was a bent right rear axle. Now I don't have any squeaking!
Thanks Deysha. Since the dealership was not able to duplicate the squeaking they are going to keep the work ticket open till next week when it gets colder. They want me to contact them if I still hear it.Thank you for the update, valorian. I’ll get back to you in a little while.