Could be a worn shock.
I had the same problem with the front drivers side. It was a bad ball joint and control arm.
I have exactly the same problem I would really apprieciate it if sombody knew how to cure the problem.
Thanks for all the posting guys. My problem turn out to be the rear bushing. Whcih my mechanic lube the bushing for me and the noise is gone. Very very quite now. But I will have to replace the bushing soo or later tho.
I had this same problem when i went to install some rear strut bars. Theres is a rubber bushing on the top rear shock tower. It seats between the chassie and shock. Its very easy to get to 1 or 2 bolts and i think the part is no more then 20 bucks for a pair. If you need more details let me know.
Heres one. How did you access it I removed my rear wheel only to find a wheel well plastic cover. Im assuming that has to come off I also thought to myself what about the rear trunk Im assuming the rear shocks unbolt from inside the trunk. I have a aftermarket system that hinders my trunk access. But I gotta do what I gotta do. Tell me how you did it.
Quote Originally Posted by Babalu95 Heres one. How did you access it I removed my rear wheel only to find a wheel well plastic cover. Im assuming that has to come off I also thought to myself what about the rear trunk Im assuming the rear shocks unbolt from inside the trunk. I have a aftermarket system that hinders my trunk access. But I gotta do what I gotta do. Tell me how you did it. Come at it
My rear end has had a horrible squeak for the past couple months.. its driving me nuts i will have to check these bushing but it seems like it coming from the suspension arm. my car is so low i cant get under there to really check it out. crossin my fingers it somethin easy i just need to lube up
Hey Im not as knowledgable as others on here but from what Ive read if you want a smoother ride you could change your whole stock suspension with coilovers and springs. But it seems you just want to replace your springs. I have an 01 clk-430 and a lot of people like the Eibach springs so its up to you. Not sure. Hope I helped.
My car does the same thing. My tires are rubbing like mad. The suspension is soft to begin with I read but I didnt own it new so I dont know what soft is. my 8 year old springs and shocks need to go but i dont want to lower the car either. Whats a guy to do
Quote Originally Posted by sfclk new bushings or new upper links are required to adjust rear camber. rear links View topic - Lensolo Adjustable rear Camber Arms THE mercedes-benz & AMG Forum for and by the Enthusiasts MyMBonline.com This car is Stock. This approach is wrong and dangerous with a messed up stock suspension. The suspension must be corrected without any adjustable aids. Remember this