Question about 1999 Plymouth Breeze
The noise you are hearing when you turn is most likely a CV joint in one of the transaxle shafts. Start by checking each 1\2 shaft CV boot for tears, grease slung out of it,etc. You can replace the 1/2 shaft making the noise, but you will have to determine which one it is. The easiest way to do this is to have 2 people in the car with the front windows down, and no noise interference going on, (like a big empty parking lot or something). Turn the wheel while driving and see who hears the noise the loudest. Based on my experience, (I still drive a 99 Breeze with 155,000 miles on it), it's probably going to be on the drivers side. Have you hit or run over anything recently?
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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