Thread: Bad Rear Sound
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Old 02-29-2012, 12:33 PM   #13
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Could be that the bushings have shrunken when cold and are allowing more play then once you drive and things heat up, the rubber expands just enough to where any noise-causing play is gone. You have to pinpoint what rubber is failed. Given the age and likely high mileage of your car, i'd guess that all of it is in need of replacement. RTABS, RSMS, subframe bushings, swaybar bushings, rear CA bushings and balljoints.
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