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Clunking noise while turning/hitting bumps

I have a 2004 jeep wrangler that while turning or hitting bumps makes a clunking noise.

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Hay I would check your sway bar in the front .The bal may have came out of the seat located under front wheel well. Also they could be just loose. Check by rocking your jeep side to side .

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