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post #1 of 7 Old 09-24-2017, 05:53 PM Thread Starter
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CLANKING/RATTLING noise coming from under my feet!!

Hey guys so long story short got my car back from the shop and started to hear a clunking noise/ rattling sound coming from under my feet. Almsot like I feel the piece hitting the bottom of the car but I only hear this sound when I go over a bump. I was told I would just have to get an upper exhaust braket which seemed like it would solve the problem but then I started to read other people's forums who had similar problems and they were saying it can be the transmission mount. Any ideas on what it can be or if it's possibly a totally different pierce that's causing the noise ? Anyone else experiencing this problem right now ? Any replies are much appreciated thanks ?

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post #2 of 7 Old 09-25-2017, 07:11 AM
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Cruiser probably nailed it. Off chance he's wrong the bushings on the sway bar and links are also worth checking.

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THANKS so much man !!! Looked under my jeep yesterday and noticed the hanger was actually broken off can I get this piece at any part store ? Or will it have to be ordered online ?
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Cruiser probably nailed it. Off chance he's wrong the bushings on the sway bar and links are also worth checking.
my problem was the exhuast hanger but I did check out the bushings and looks like I could use new bushings as well thanks for the reply !!!
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THANKS so much man !!! Looked under my jeep yesterday and noticed the hanger was actually broken off can I get this piece at any part store ? Or will it have to be ordered online ?
The rod is broken off the pipe? That's not really a part you can order it's just some steel rod welded to the pipe. You'd just have to replace it by bending (if needed) and welding on a new rod. Any decent shop should be able to handle it if you're not a welder.

If it was a big hit or something that did it, it could be okay. If it just rusted right off that's really not a good sign for the rest of the exhaust.

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