Question about 1996 Mitsubishi Eclipse
It is hard to say what it could be without hearing it myself but I'd venture to say it would be one of the lower control arms and have had much the same problem with my car. The bushings usually are the problem since they are rubber and constantly moving. The curved, compression arm #5, is crazy expensive from a Canadian dealer $400.00 plus since last time I checked, while the straight arm #6 is cheaper at the dealer, $62.00, than a parts place. Best bet would be to check on ebay. I've found the whole set of NEW upper and lower arms for BOTH sides for $298.00US. The rubber bushings can be changed for a more durable polyurethane also found on ebay,
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
Sounds like an upper or lower ball joint might want to replace that before your tire falls off
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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