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I have a 159 with 140Kkm on it.
Last year the knocking sounds started. I replaces the front upper wishbones at the time. They were worn and it cured 90% of the knocks at the time.

More knocks are back now. Front and rear.
What are the next common bushes to wear after the upper wishbones?
 

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Check your power steering fluid levels. If they are slightly low the handling can become quite crashy and noisy. Worth a punt!

Also, grab some spray lubricant, jack up the car and douse everything that looks like it could be a bush or rubber on the front and rear suspension. That will cure a lot of noise.

If all else fails, I am sure someone more technical than me can point you at the next likely bushes to fail!
 

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Not entirely sure. Something I have noticed through owning mine and confirmed by others. Seems as the fluid level drops it just gets a bit rough.

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