The one on the left? I replaced them and the noise went away for about 2 weeks but it seems to be back. Finally they adjust the door right and all is well. I have heard the motor run before it was pulled and sold to which sounded fine. The only option was , Volkswagen's stability control feature. At that time, only one link was replaced under warranty.
It'll happen eventually with everything. It was also sold in Canada, where it was sold alongside the model badged as the Rabbit. There was not indication of when they broke and we were lucky our mechanic caught this malfunction before it caused more damage. About a year ago I had a shop replace the strut bearings while it was in for some other things. The noise is rotational, the faster you go, the faster the pops happen again, it will make many popping noises, not just one. Mechanic was unable to diagnose. Since these cars tend to make noise from the front more than the rear, my guess is that the problem is from the front.
Sound is coming from the rear quarter area and sounds like something is loose when i go over bumps but cant seem to find the cause. I had to re tap the hole and fitted new bolts and it is fine now. Replaced left front bearing and noise disappeared from the front of the vehicle. Probably once per revolution on the tires, not entirely sure. The last set of tires I purchased were rated for 55,000 miles, but I only got 15,000 out of them before the insides were worn down into the belts.
I'v mistaken the black dust cover where the pin comes out of the shock for a circlip cover. On examining the shock mounts they discovered that the circlip has worn a little recess in the shock mount from the bottom as well as in the shock mount pin itself. I thought it might have been the case, but i checked the thread last week and it seems fine. It sounded and felt like it was coming from the drivers side. Here's a pic of my car for attention. I think it has been gradually getting a bit louder. Rear Suspension Noise Noise is still there poeple.
The axle is placed in such a manner that it is totally unprotected from road debris. Wheel wobbled and made noise. Please advise if any others have complained about the same issues that I am having. I was going to suggest the Axel bushings as well as they may very well be worn too, especially if they are creaking or ineffective, but they may also be fine. Just thought I would mention that when I did my axle bushes I had a problem getting one of the top shocker bolts in and when I drove it there was a knocking noise near the top quarter where the top of the shocker was loose in the cup. What could be left mechanically? However, in Argentina the range was available with a 1. Heating with a torch would have ruined the rubber in the mount.
Did you touch the front suspension recently? The interior lighting in the cabin was switched to the blue and red hue found in the Mk4 and some of the more familiar Mk3 parts were chromed such as the inner door handles, emergency brake button, door strikers, front seat belt anchors, key lock cylinders, and shifter button in automatic transmission equipped cars. Has doing so known to cause this creaking? This lets the sway bar move without binding. I hear it in drive and reverse. With the car stationary, I have looked into the wheel wells with my friends turning the wheels and I dont see anything rubbing. There are some technical carryovers, as well, the main one being the immobilizer and engine computer from the Mk4 Golf being used with the older Mk3 engine mechanicals. Well if you don't put the weight on the wheels then the bushes are constantly under twisting torque.
Now I have loud click noise when turning in reverse sporadically. However, manufacturing continued in South America, Mexico and China for developing markets until 2010. Vehicle towed to dealership for ignition replacement. Dude it depends on how long you have been driving on the duff bushes, if it has been a while then your shocks will have taken a beating too so they may need replacing. At the same time, the 1.
So instead of a proper cap for now at least I used a couple of sheets of 6mil plastic vapor barrier, screwed the bolts through it and trimmed the excess plastic around the upper mount. This premium can be explained mostly due to scarcity, both of the cars themselves due to low production and importation, and especially ones that still have low mileage. A 6-speed manual 02M transmission marked the most notable departure from the norm, and upgraded suspension stiffened up the ride and lowered the car approximately 30 mm. They're on sale too, if that means anything Sale ends soon, but is pretty common year to year. There was no re-using the mounts. I have to admit that I didnt notice the noise for about 300 miled after that service, and I did try to get it ot happen. Suspecting wrist pins as con rod bearings are brand new replaced for no reason they were fine and i removed head and no problems were found.