2015 mustang EcoBoost makes the most the most annoying noise from the rear

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  1. BigredBoost

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    Hey guys just wanted your opinion on a very odd sound my EcoBoost is making, Basically when I start to engage the clutch and hit the gas at very low speed I hear a sort of creaking or squeaking so sound from the rear of the car. If I put it in neutral and let it roll over a speed bump it won't really make that sound. Any ideas boys?
    Any and all input Would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    It’s the suspension. My creaks a bit when backing down one incline and reversing up another all at the same time, but only then. I guess you could grease up the usual suspect areas but why bother. Talk to others that have done substantial suspension work. :cwl:
     
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    I had the same noise coming from my rear passenger wheel. I also thought it was my suspension so I checked all bolts and noise was still there. I ignored it for about 5k miles until I started to get a clunking noise. Ended up being the wheel bearing going out. Once I noticed the clunking sound the wheel had a slight play in in when on jack stands. Was recommended to do both but didn't think it was necessary since drivers side was still good. 2 months later I'm getting the initial sounds lol. So plan on doing both because the other side is not too far away from going out. I had 70k miles on my car when the first one failed. I was on 1" spacers for about 60k miles too.
     
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    Have the same issue but I think it’s the brakes. If I move very slowly and release the brakes slowly the creaking is quite loud. Put it into the dealer, they said it was normal LOL.
     
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