Question about 1999 Mazda 626

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Tranny or axle problem or what could be wrong?

1999 mazda 626 with a fairly new rebuilt tranny in it approx 500 miles on it. someone replaced the left axle with a new one. when the car is put under a load (pulling out kinda hard or going up hill) the left front clicks really loud or maybe even slipps with the clicking noise. It shifts awesome and no problems other than that. Can you help me? PLEASE!

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Doesn't make the noise when turning, just when pulling out and under stress. The click is like a slipping click noise. you can feel it in the steering wheel.

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

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Someone may have put a rebuilt cv joint in and it is not any good

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