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Cajun

Cajun 6/24/2019

2005 Jeep Liberty Sport 6 Cyl 3.70L

Steering & Suspension

What's the noise coming from?

What is the creaking grinding noise I hear when I'm turning? . This also happens when at a stop and I turn the wheels or brake. Replaced inner outer tie rods, upper and lower control arms, and ball joints.

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Jimm

Jimm 3/21/2020

Could be many things. Crawl under while someone else bounces it up and down.

Several possibilities; sway bar bushings worn / faulty, shock or strut bushings worn, sway bar end links, leaf spring bushings - to list only a few.

Try this as the first step; spray the sway bar bushings and end links with silicone spray - to see if the noise is affected. Do not use any petroleum-based lubricants such as WD40, as these will deteriorate the material.

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Jimm

Jimm 3/21/2020

Could be many things. Crawl under while someone else bounces it up and down.

Several possibilities; sway bar bushings worn / faulty, shock or strut bushings worn, sway bar end links, leaf spring bushings - to list only a few.

Try this as the first step; spray the sway bar bushings and end links with silicone spray - to see if the noise is affected. Do not use any petroleum-based lubricants such as WD40, as these will deteriorate the material.

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Jimm

Jimm 3/21/2020

Could be many things. Crawl under while someone else bounces it up and down.

Several possibilities; sway bar bushings worn / faulty, shock or strut bushings worn, sway bar end links, leaf spring bushings - to list only a few.

Try this as the first step; spray the sway bar bushings and end links with silicone spray - to see if the noise is affected. Do not use any petroleum-based lubricants such as WD40, as these will deteriorate the material.

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Jimm

Jimm 3/21/2020

Could be many things. Crawl under while someone else bounces it up and down.

Several possibilities; sway bar bushings worn / faulty, shock or strut bushings worn, sway bar end links, leaf spring bushings - to list only a few.

Try this as the first step; spray the sway bar bushings and end links with silicone spray - to see if the noise is affected. Do not use any petroleum-based lubricants such as WD40, as these will deteriorate the material.

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Jimm

Jimm 3/21/2020

Could be many things. Crawl under while someone else bounces it up and down.

Several possibilities; sway bar bushings worn / faulty, shock or strut bushings worn, sway bar end links, leaf spring bushings - to list only a few.

Try this as the first step; spray the sway bar bushings and end links with silicone spray - to see if the noise is affected. Do not use any petroleum-based lubricants such as WD40, as these will deteriorate the material.

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Amdra Amdra 4/12/2020

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