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Old 02-08-2019, 03:43 PM   #1
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Front End noise 2005 Ion

Hello,

I have a 2005 Ion sedan, 80K miles great little car. Recently I am getting a grinding or metallic rubbing noise from the front when I accelerate or brake. It's almost like something has rusted as is rubbing. I thought it might be the struts but there is no bounce to the front end like there normally is with bad struts.

I asked a friend who has had Saturns before and he said it sounds more like the strut mount than the strut itself.

If it is the mount should I get the entire assembly replaced when they change the mount? (Strut and strut mount)
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Re: Front End noise 2005 Ion

Have you checked the brakes?
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Old 02-08-2019, 10:09 PM   #3
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NO, I haven't . Didn't even dawn on me. Thank you
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