Why is my rear suspension knocking?

If you hear a clunk when the suspension works over bumps, you may have excessive clearance in a joint due to wear. It might be as simple as a loose nut on the strut, or something more subtle such as a shrunken, dried-out rubber bushing.

Why is my rear shock clunking?

There is most likely nothing wrong with the replacement shock or strut, but a metallic clunking noise typically indicates loose or worn mounting hardware. A loose mount can allow movement between the bolt and attaching parts, while a mount that is worn can cause the shock/strut to move up and down.

Why is my rear suspension popping?

Sharp popping noises may indicate that something is either broken or so worn that it’s causing the suspension to bind up. These kinds of failures will be more common on vehicles with complex, multi-link, independent rear suspensions with lots of smaller links and joints.

How do you diagnose rear suspension problems?

Some common signs that your suspension system needs a little TLC are:

  1. Continued bouncing after hitting bumps or a dipping when braking.
  2. A drifting or pulling to one side when turning corners.
  3. One side of the parked car sitting lower than the other side.
  4. Difficult steering.
  5. Unusually bumpy rides.

Why is my car making clunking noises?

Clunking If your car makes a clunking sound when you use the brakes, it could mean there is significant wear or damage to the brake discs, calipers or pads. If the clunk happens when you drive over bumps, there might be a problem with your car’s suspension, or part of the exhaust could be loose.

Why is my car making a clunking noise?

Why is my car rattling at the back?

your exhaust system runs from your engine to the rear of your vehicle. it’s made up of several components including the catalytic converter, the muffler and sections of exhaust pipe. over time, these components can wear and the joints holding them together can loosen. this can cause a rattling noise under the vehicle.