NOISE - "POPPING/CLUNKING" HEARD WHILE PERFORMING A QUICK LANE CHANGE AT HIGHWAY SPEEDS AND/OR GOING UP AN INCLINE AT LOW SPEEDS - COBRA VEHICLES ONLY (DOES NOT INCLUDE COBRA R VEHICLES)
Publication Date: APRIL 25, 2000
A "popping/clunking" noise may be heard while driving. The noise will be most noticeable during a quick lane change at about 90 km/h (55 mph) or going up an incline (driveway) at low speeds below 25 km/h (15 mph). The steeper the driveway the more noticeable it will be. This may be caused by excessive lateral movement of the stabilizer bar resulting in an audible noise which is heard by the driver.
Install a new collar and stabilizer bar plate (shim) on each side of the rear stabilizer bar. This should reduce the possibility of noise. Refer to the Instruction Sheet included in the kit for installation details.
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Eligible Under The Provisions Of Bumper To Bumper Warranty Coverage