Noisy Jeep

I drive a 2004 Jeep liberty and in cold weather it gets noisy. At real cold temperatures ( below 40 degrees ) I have a loud clunking noise coming from the front end. This usually happens when I compress the front tires with a bump in the road. At warmer temperatures, the noise is more of a creaking/moaning noise. The noise goes away once the vehicle is warmed-up. I have already replaced the ball joints, but it did not seem to have any effect on the noise. When the temperature warms above ~60 degrees, all the noises go away. I have taken the vehicle to the dealership and to a tire place, but no one has been able to find the noise.



Check ALL rubber bushings in frontend.

it’s more than likely your upper control arm bushings there going bad on mine.