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Tinny clicking noise

My 2005 civic makes a very low tinny-clicking noise when I'm driving at slow speeds or pulling away. The noise appears to be coming from the right hand side front wheel. There is no unusual tyre-wear/handling. The noise does not seem to be getting any worse.

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  • gpl9 Nov 27, 2008

    Will check it out thanks, although the noise seems to from within.

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Hi! have you physically removed the wheel? if not then a good inspection off the vehicle may help. Check the circumference of the tyre for a tack/nail then look around the inside of the wheel for signs of chaffing or rubbing.
Maybe your Discs are showing too much corrosion around the edge and just touching the caliper, a scrape with a decent file would cure it.
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Paul 'W'
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    Paul W Nov 27, 2008

    Hello again, Just another thought! you say pulling away/slow speeds. It may be the Constant velocity joint (part of the driveshaft) sometimes they dry up i.e. grease de-grades hence a der der der clicking sound MORE so when cornering?

    Good luck!

    Paul 'W'

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