Ball Joints: Broken or damaged ball joints will most likely produce a creaking sound as they weaken. Bushing: The bushing joints in your suspension system require regular lubrication and replacement. They could cause a creaking noise if they're not cared for.
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Does my CTS have magnetic ride control?
Magnetic Ride Control is now available on many new Cadillac models, usually in the Performance or Premium package trim levels. Some other models that include Magnetic Ride Control include: Cadillac ATS and ATS-V. Cadillac CTS and CTS-V.
If you hear a clunk when the suspension works over bumps, you may have excessive clearance in a joint due to wear. It might be as simple as a loose nut on the strut, or something more subtle such as a shrunken, dried-out rubber bushing.25 Apr 2020
The average total cost to replace a pair of shocks will run about $250 to $580. An individual shock absorber will cost around $50 to $140 so parts alone will set you back between $100 and $280. A couple hours of labor to do the job is an additional $150 to $300.30 Nov 2021
If you are replacing a strut on a vehicle, you need to inspect the sway bar links and look up if there are cam bolts that can make camber adjustable. The sway bar links will make sure the suspension is silent after the strut is replaced and they probably need replacement due to wear.13 Jul 2020
How do I know if my car has magnetic ride control?
You can find your RPO code sticker underneath the trunk mat. A second way is to go into the infotainment system —> under settings —> drive mode and suspensions option should be present. A third way to find out is to look under the front or rear and you should see the ride height sensor (Red circle in the picture).10 Feb 2020