How to Troubleshoot Rear Suspension Noise?

Answer Rear suspension noise in your vehicle is an indication that, obviously, some part of your suspension is not functioning properly. But, what could it be? While there are numerous parts to a suspensi... Read More »

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How to Troubleshoot Rear Wheel Bearings Noise in a Car?

The rear wheel bearings on your car are responsible for taking the load off (literally) the rear axles and CV joints. It does this by providing a smooth, frictionless surface for the wheel to rotat... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot a 1979 Chevy Corvette for Rear End Noise?

Because the 1979 Corvette uses the two rear tires to propel the car, it was equipped with a differential. Within the differential are two gears and a number of bearings. When noise emanates from th... Read More »

How to Remove a Rear Suspension?

A car's rear suspension can be completely removed, either for upgrading the car or using the parts for other vehicles. Typical suspension setups are leaf springs or coil springs, matched with a liv... Read More »

How to Install an RSX Rear Suspension?

If the rear suspension of your Acura RSX is showing signs of malfunction, you must install a new suspension unit to maintain factory handling performance and ride quality. Additionally, many enthus... Read More »