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So I just recently did a lot of suspension overhaul on my 2000 Toyota Celica. I changed the struts, added lowering springs, bushings and bearings. I had heard a squeaking noise prior to the replacing of my rear sway bar(the darn thing snapped before the new one arrived). I installed the new sway bar and still heard a slight squeaking noise. I took it to a mechanic friend and he told me that perhaps the noise can be attributed to lowering the car. Something along the lines of added stress on the actual suspension frame. Does anyone have any ideas if this could be true or not?
 

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Did you grease your sway bar bushings?
and did you get new sway bar end links of you lowered your car?
Yes, yes, and yes. It only happens when the car goes over a heavily irregular road. It sounds like a low creaking sound. Perhaps adding a strut bar or rear brace?
 
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