mech told me i needed shocks to fix noise coming from rear when going over bumps he put on new shocks noise still there he said h

the mech came out for job 1677042 when he got thru he told me the noise coming from rear was because i needed shocks. so i placed a appointment the saqme day 1681483 he replaced shocks noise still there. he told me he had to go and would return the next day at 9am but it was raining. so he said he would be out sat 3pm. he didnt show up wouldnot answer his phone, so i called 1800 701 6230 talked to a lady who said she would get back to me later that day it has been 2 days have not heard anything yet.

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There is most likely nothing wrong with the replacement shock or strut, but a metallic clunking noise typically indicates loose or worn mounting hardware. A loose mount can allow movement between the bolt and attaching parts, while a mount that is worn can cause the shock/strut to move up and down.
This symptom typically happens when you have a suspension issue, and occurs when driving over bumps, uneven surfaces, debris, potholes, and more. It could be that some suspension part is loose or broken. The suspension system is fairly complex, so finding the exact source of the noise can be tricky to do by yourself.
Unusual noises – When shocks and struts are worn out you may hear a clunking or knocking sound. This sound is caused by metal-to-metal contact when the shock or strut bottoms out when hitting a bump. In addition, these noises could be a result in worn shock or strut mounting components.
More specifically, the squeaking noise is likely due to a worn ball joint. Ball joints are ball-and-socket joints that act as the pivot point between the wheels and the rest of the suspension system.
The most common reason as to why your suspension is squeaking is due to a lack of lubrication. Your suspension is made up of two metal and one rubber pieces, so without proper lubrication you won`t have a quiet ride.
Sound — Usually the first indication of worn or loose ball joints will be a faint, intermittent clunking noise that seems to be coming from a corner of your vehicle. The sound may be more pronounced when going over a bump or a dip or when going around a corner.
The number one reason why rear suspension noise is heard is because of a lack of lubrication. Your suspension is packed with moving parts, which all need to be well-oiled to prevent grinding and the damage that occurs because of this. This grinding is also what makes the noise you`re hearing.
Wait for the suspension to settle, get an alignment after 4-5 days.

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