Question about 1998 Volkswagen Golf
Hi, when i drive my golf and push the brakes on and off in quike secestion there is like a clunking noise which can felt though the stering wheel and the brake pedal almost feels like the calerper is trying to follow the wheel around and then clunks back in to position .. any idears?? steve
Sounds like your control arm bushings are worn, which allows the control arm to move too much during loading and making this noise.
May also be a result of play in one of the shafts CV joints but is less likely.
If it's a CV joint then you should feel/hear something similar when accelerating in lower gears and lifting the throttle quickly...
Hope this helps!
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