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JustinWarrior

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Charger lowering springs creek when I go over bumps? Any suggestions on how to get rid of this? Car is kept outside
 

EmersonHart13

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How many miles? Stock struts? Original strut mounts? Did you havevit aligned after?
 

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probably not the springs but rather a suspension bushing that is going bad.
 

JustinWarrior

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50,000 miles, just pick up the car as a summer driver ...Im unsure if it has had an alignment... It was lowered when I purchased it...
 

JustinWarrior

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It sounds like its in the rear of the car... any ball park price on replacing a bushing?
 

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Everything is probably stock except the springs. Do the tires wear evenly? Stock parts tend to wear faster on a lowered car.
 

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Tires are brand new Toyo tires on Boss Rims they seem to wear evenly.... What would you suggest changing first... It honestly sounds like a bushing or two... sounds like the rear of the car but could be front and rear
 

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sounds like its in the wrong section. we don't care about mopars up in hurr.
 

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