Great, should make for an easy diagnosis then.
Get a stethoscope and have a friend bounce the car up and down. Listen to the balljoints, control arm bushings, stabilizer links and bushings, struts, etc.
Another quick check would be, say the upper balljoint is suspected of squeeking. Sometimes if you firmly hold it together the squeeking may stop while you are applying pressure. Or you can try and spray some wd40 in there and see if it goes away.
But in my opinion, the best method is a stethoscope.
Let me know what you find.
Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008 AT 4:31 PM