Ladies and Gentleman i have had a rumbling noise from underneath the front, i at first checked the springs and they both seemed okay, i then pulled on most parts i could get to on the suspension, nothing seemed worn or loose, but i was teld and read that could possibly be the drop link rods, this afternoon i replaced the drivers side, now when i took the passenger side wheel off the rod looked new so i left it alone as it felt tight and looked okay. After going down the road to try it i thought that the rumble noise wasn't so bad, but slightly still there, now do i replace it or could it be something else.
Anyone had similar problems, or any ideas to pass on.
In advance thankyou.
I have gone through several anti roll bar links.
They are supposed to best changed in pairs. I did my near side one and the off side went within a month.
You can't always tell if the bearing on them is shot until you remove it. For £10 a go I'd do them both.
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i have the same rumble on uneven ground,iv been under it a thousand times and cant find anything amiss,it drives me crazy not being able find it.please post if you find it
13-11-2011, 11:09 AM
(This post was last modified: 13-11-2011, 11:09 AM by steve valentine.)
could be the lower ball joints, they can be difficult to diagnose for movement though.
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Just an update on the drop link rods, when i went to work on monday i still had the rumbling noise, i got home from work tonight and replaced the passenger side rod, an hour later all done tools put away now for a drive up the road i take to go to work where it was rumbling, yay lovely jubley not a rumble, so the lesson here is replace both sides together.
Solved i thinks.