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2016 honda accord making knocking noise

 
Old 04-07-2018, 11:55 PM
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i brought a brand new accord in 2016, for the past few months, noticing a knocking sound coming from the front over humps, uneven road and at times on some turns as well..seems like the driver side. car is only done 50K .. had it checked out at a specialist, they replaced the left front strut(shock mount) as they showed it to me, the cylinder was loose, the right side was firm. in addition, they also replaced the entire rubber cap assembly on the driver side by stating the screw was touching the metal as the rubber had worn off.. i found this hard to believe as this is a new car. after replacing both parts, the noise is still there and now they are saying it could be the suspension or should try replace both sides rubber bushing (cheaper option).. how can a bushing go bad in a new car?
any other suggestions on what could be wrong?
the dealership is charging 150 bucks to just look at the car even though it is under warranty....
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Old 04-10-2018, 08:09 AM
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Default Re: 2016 honda accord making knocking noise

Could be the sway bar links too.
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