First solution is service wash thoroughly underneath the body before dust and road debris further keeps reacting on moveable parts, next step would be getting your rubber boots and bushings checked for being torn or cracked, also where reachable under the car body when on pit, lubrication such as greasing or WD-40 (not much in excess and only if rubbers are fine, in exposed joints). That will reduce it very much though won't funish it off as its a natural response of parts in movement.
Next get just a thorough check of any loose suspension bolts if any. Don't get them done over extra tightened as that may put stress. Keep in mind after application of WD-40 excess solution needs to be simply washed off.
Basically its just a general checkup and service of underbody suspension parts. Rejuvenation, we wash our cars from above, detail them and never think about the harshness and dust etc those moving parts underneath go through after being driven on rough dusty roads, through mud, water puddles and loose gravel as per road conditions of Pakistan.
A piece of advice: this is not a big issue at all so don't drive to a Honda 3S as they will for no reason change parts and rip your wallet. First stop is a service station and if still needed, a good trusted mechanic who rejuvenates it instead if changing things for no reason.
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