Saturday, October 27th, 2012 AT 7:38 PM
I have been rebuilding a 1994 Toyota Camry LE. I finally got around to the bump when the car goes over as pothole and rebuilt the front suspension (ball joints, control arms and sawy bar bushings and links and tie rods. Surprise, I had a different noise thinking it was the rear shocks. All four shocks had been replaces at 100,000 miles. I determined the rear shocks were bad. The noise sounds like a small metal to metal and sounds even when I go over a slight bumps so as I go down the road, I have this mechanical metal sound over every indentation on the highway. I am a submariner and familiar with sound mounts, Without major easter egg hunt, Could it be the Rear Suspension member upper and lower cushions or do I start taking every component apart and start looking at the rubber condition?