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Noisy suspension after long drive


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Hello everyone, I have a 1998 Boxster with 64K miles on it. Recently I took it for a drive of about 35 miles on the freeway (it was about 72 degrees outside) and when I turned into a shopping center my front suspension (I assume) started making noises like it was resting on rusted bolts. It was kind of like a grinding sound but only happened when I slowed down (it's not the brakes). After the car sat for a while I drove it again and there were no problems. The same thing happened the next day. Does anyone have any similar experiences or any thoughts on what it could be?

Many thanks,

Gabriel

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Hello everyone, I have a 1998 Boxster with 64K miles on it. Recently I took it for a drive of about 35 miles on the freeway (it was about 72 degrees outside) and when I turned into a shopping center my front suspension (I assume) started making noises like it was resting on rusted bolts. It was kind of like a grinding sound but only happened when I slowed down (it's not the brakes). After the car sat for a while I drove it again and there were no problems. The same thing happened the next day. Does anyone have any similar experiences or any thoughts on what it could be?

Many thanks,

Gabriel

i own a 99 boxster after a long drive i listen to this noises makes me believe that "a rubber sound" something like this

like 2 rubbers touch and make noise themselfs

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  • 1 month later...

In my 00 boxster , after a long drive i get a rubber like clunk noise from the front right wheel area , but only when i turn my steering wheel, after inspections of the area it seems to be the Front Shock top Absorber Mount.

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