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Old 03-19-2005, 05:09   #1 (permalink)
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LH front suspension making a 'TWANG' noise sometimes when I go over a speedhump.

Could anyone tell me why my lowered ea/xr6 falcon sometimes makes a 'TWANG' noise when I go down a speed hump or turn into a drive way. Would it have anything to do with the end of the tie rod wearing or this is a common thing for a spring to do somtimes. and what is the tie rods purpose to do with the stearing.
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Old 03-19-2005, 21:43   #2 (permalink)
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Re: LH front suspension making a 'TWANG' noise sometimes when I go over a speedhump.

my car does this as well usually when turning left into a slightly angled driveway the left front makes that same noise? id like to know what it is too?
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Re: LH front suspension making a 'TWANG' noise sometimes when I go over a speedhump.

when you say lowered are you saying lowered properly or cut coils ?and did it start making the noise after it was lowered ? it siunds like a coil bound problem MORE INFO PLEASE CHEERS GREG
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Re: LH front suspension making a 'TWANG' noise sometimes when I go over a speedhump.

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when you say lowered are you saying lowered properly or cut coils ?and did it start making the noise after it was lowered ? it siunds like a coil bound problem MORE INFO PLEASE CHEERS GREG
The cars been lowered properly by a mechanic but it got done 5 years ago, its just started doing it now. Its got pedders suspension. But it needs better springs in the back because they pop out of line when you hoist or jack the car up.
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Re: LH front suspension making a 'TWANG' noise sometimes when I go over a speedhump.

well it was not lowered properly if the springs fall out it should have short stroke shocks to keep them retained. and if you cannot give me anymore info go to a suspension place and dont waste your the buttons keyboard out
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