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Clicking sond in right front end or engine/trans? on decleration

No one knows why, sounds like a card taped to a bike spoke on a kids bike to make noise when you ride? engine, bearing drive train??

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    Jackson Hisey May 11, 2010

    Is it only when you are turning?

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Sounds like your CV axle is worn out and making noise. Time to replace it.

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Hi Wild Bear

No 1....... Check your wheel nuts ! !!!!!!

If OK.....

Is the problem worse on full lock, one way ?

If so, it sounds like the drive shaft CV joint is shot.


If no....

Jack up the front, support car on axle stands.

Spin your front wheels, check the treads, and I should think, you will be able to tell the problem wheel.

Expect it might be in the brake caliper area, something loose and fouling the wheel or rim ?

Check for play too, in your front wheel bearings, by gripping the tyre, top and bottom and pulling, there should be no movement.

Give these things a try, and get back to me.

Good Luck !

A FixYa rating would be nice thank´s

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