I have had a squeaky rear strut on my 94 S500 for some time because i dont want to spend the $$$$$ just for a squeaky bushing but after removing the bottom portion of the strut i had an idea on how to quiet it and was wondering if anyone else has tried it. To me it appears it is a steel bushing wrapped with a layer of rubber that is sealed on both ends with a simple wire clamp and the strut bottom is aluminum. Now my idea is to drill thru the bottom portin of the strut to the bushing and tap a grease fitting on it. Im figuring the squeak is from the bushing rusting and rubbing thru the rubber lining and squeaking against the aluminum housing. The grease fitting would be accessible thru the bottom of suspension arm and possibly thru the drain in plastic cover on the bottom of the suspension arm. I figured one or two squirts of grease when changing oil and should do fine. Has anyone tried this or thinks this is a good idea?