it could be that your rear end is boing out and you need to drive carefully or go to an auto shop Check to see if there is a broken suspension link, it connects from the chasis to the rear stabilizer bar, they are cheap to buy and you could possibly install it yourself
Struts and alignment This typically happens when the the wheel alignment is off.
were the struts put together right? squeek- possible control arm bushings clunk- spring pads "struts", control arm bushings, swaybar links or sway bar bushings, loose steering parts depending at what speed
Worn CVC joint. Could be bad struts causing the spring to bind. Depends how severe the clunk is. If it is struts, it sounds like the floorboard is getting hit by a sledge hammer.
My Camry is doing the same thing, I read some where that the bushings between the struts and the fender are worn out. so if you didn't replace the bushing with the struts you might call and ask the dealership about that.
If a lower radiator hose was replaced on a 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan, but it is still leaking fluid, it could be that there is a hole in the radiator. It could also mean that there is damage to the overflow reservoir or its hoses.
could be the sway bar bushings going bad or if they didn't replace the strut bushings when they replaced the struts it could be them. Try checking the rear subframe bolts. I just had to replace one on my 96 after it had broken the powersteering rack. The driverside bolt was missing, i found it while replacing the rack.
one possible cause is struts can be weak causing tire to hop up and down when hitting a bump in the road!! And also tire could be out of balance.
a car can potentially have both shocks and struts. I don't know how common this is, but a car could have shocks in the front and struts in the back or vice versa. that is, depending on the combination, a car could have both, but I have never seen this.
Have you tried replacing the starter? it also could be the fuel regulator
Have to determine what is causing noise - could be a bad compressor Have to determine what is causing noise - could be a bad compressor Have to determine what is causing noise - could be a bad compressor
Do you hear the thumping a certain amount of time after filling the fuel tank? I have noticed that some time after filling up i also hear a thumping sound, it could just be fuel sloshing around in the tank. Have you had the struts replaced this is 03 everyone seems to forget these things need to be replaced too.
Heater Core for sure. Get this replaced and you will have no more problems.
Could be the wear indicators on the brake pads Last time pads were replaced?
It could be but most likely the engine is overheating. Could also be that the cap is not holding pressure and needs to be replaced.
Depends who does it. It could take upto 3 hours of labour and struts start around £65 for gas replacements. Oil filled struts are better but dearer.
The radio could have a short in a wire that is being bounced and causing it to turn off. It also could be the radio is going out and should be replaced.
Could be thermostat not opening causing a back pressure
could be a vacuum leak
No it does not. If one can afford to do so. Get the pipe replaced. Putting oil on it could make the metal supple causing it to burst.
could be the magnetic pick-up in your distributor, I replaced mine and it solved the problem.
check the fluid in the rear end it might be dry causing medal to grind causing a clunk noise or the gears in the rear end or worn done causing it to do the same thing
It could be a worn ball joint, worn out frount bearings. No mater what it is, have it inspected by a mechantic. I didn't and had a ball joint break and lost a wheel. As luck would have it I was in my driveway at the time.
If a washer pump was replaced on a Jeep Wrangler and is still not working the fuses should be checked. The washer switch should also be checked as it could also be causing the pump not to work.
Get Some WD40 on the front axle and the back one or check the engine!:P