[DML] Re: Squeeking Springs & Shocks
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[DML] Re: Squeeking Springs & Shocks



The front springs move alot in the lower perches. If you did not
position the rubber properly the spring could be moving and touching
the steel of the perch. In any case some silicone spray will help with
the squeaks. I also lubricate the front sway bar rubber bushings with
liquid silicone so they can move easily. Also make sure when you
installed the shocks you put the rubber bsuings in correctly and not
too loose or not too tight.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "daviddelorean" <daviddelorean@...> wrote:
>
> My shocks and springs were in pretty bad shape (original) and my car 
> undercarriage is very rusty. I replaced all 4 shock absorbers. I didn't 
> have the money for new springs, so I had my old ones sand blashed, 
> primed, painted, and replaced.
> 
> Anyway whenever I go over a significant bump (such as a speed bump) the 
> front end of the car sqeeks. When the tires hit the bump SQUEEEEEEK and 
> then on the return SQUEEEEEEEEK.
> 
> The car ride feels great. Like a totally different car I'm riding on 
> the clouds. Its just the squeeking is driving me nuts.
> 
> Any ideas what's causing it?
>



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