If you’ve read this entire article, you’re probably seeing a recurring theme here: Narrow down the source of the noise, repair the suspected components, and recheck for the noise. That’s about it really. The hardest part is finding the source. Noises can be tricky. I once spent four days tracking down a noise in a vehicle before I finally found the problem, which ended up being worn bushings in the lower control arm. Other noises might be obvious. You might have heard them before and are able to find the source quickly. The point is to take your time and find the source before you break out the credit card to buy new parts. A little time spent diagnosing can save you a bunch in the end.
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