[DML] Squeaking sound from pass rear suspension
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[DML] Squeaking sound from pass rear suspension



Hey group,
 
Must be spring cleaning on my car.  I have a squeak in the passenger  side 
rear suspension that is a mid-frequency rubbing sound.  It is most  evident when 
I have the car parked and I push down on the rear of the door sill  and 
'bounce' the car.  It will not do it on the driver's side.  It can  also be heard 
while the car is going down the road at slow speeds.
 
I had a friend bounce the car tonight while I poked around and it sounded  
like it was coming from the shock or spring, somewhere around there.  I  removed 
the wheel and could find no worn or rubbed areas.  All of the  bushings 
appeared to be in good shape.  
 
Anyone have any ideas?  I may take apart the rear suspension over the  
holiday to see if I can figure this out.  
 
Andy
 
Fargo, ND  
1982 DeLorean DMC12 VIN 11596




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