front end noise

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Asked by Jun 12, 2013 at 11:22 PM about the 2009 Chevrolet HHR LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

keep hearing a knocking noise in the front end suspension

5 Answers

think it may be your drive axles~

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but it stop makin the knocking noise after 15 minutes of driving

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shimmy under there (with the parking brake set) and poke at the axle boots with a screwdriver...you will find one that is leaking grease and soundin' like a helicopter at high speed~

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...okay, guess it could be your macpherson strut bushings (on top) or a lower ball joint...tryin' to think of whatinahell is up there~

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Best Answer Mark helpful

axle boots are intact and not leaking molydisulphide grease (that hurts your skin in contact)~?

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