I had swaybars, endlinks done before coilovers and ALK also and thought it was the springs who was doing the clunk. Yesterday, I did my oil change and while I was there, I checked everything that could hit or whatever could do that clunk. With the help of my wife, I could repeat the clunk with a floor jack. The clunk seems not going from the ALK but from the car frame, I could not figure out where exactly. Not the springs, not the coilovers, not the ALK, not the swaybars, not the endlinks (as some people had issues with the endlinks hitting the tie rod) but from inside the car frame.
I'll e-mail Whiteline if they heard anything like that but wanted to ask the community before and before going back to the shop who installed my coilovers and ALK as they are a little bit far from my house.
So if I have to go back to the shop, I can point them out on the issue.
Maybe Whiteline can help us on the forum.
How to: changing rear diff oil
How to was created using a STi USDM 2004.
RECOMMENDED: GO take a 5 min ride with you car before doing this, so the oil will be a bit hot and will drain MUCH quicker.
NOTE: This should read "sealant" instead of "scellant."
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