Question about 1993 Oldsmobile Eighty Eight
Clicking noises are usually traced to the Constant Velocity joints (CV joints). Look at the rubber boots, one on each side. If the rubber boots are worn or have holes, you are heading for CV trouble. Sometimes just replacing the boots and re-lubricating the CV joints solves the problem. If the joins are worn, you could be looking at $500 or so each to replace.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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