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First the obvious, are the lug bolts all tight? If so then I'd look for a loose joint on the rear tie rod or a worn outer joint bushing on the upper control arm. If noise occurs while rolling slowly then it might be a worn CV joint in the drive axle.
Hi, check your drive axle CV joints. If the boots are torn, the joints are usually bad. A worn out CV joint will pop when you make a tight turn. If a CV joint is bad, I recommend replacing the whole axle, as the labor is much less than replacing just the joint. Please let me know if you have questions, and thanks for using FixYa.
You'll need to seperate the control arm from the wheel hub. If the ball joints are installed with rivots, you'll need to grind off the heads and knock them out with a punch. The new ball joints should have bolts and nuts to reinstall the new ball joints. Don't forget to grease the new ones, they come with very little grease installed.
upper ball joint have to be press out.you have to take out the upper control to have it press out.lower ball joint you drill 1/8 hole in rivet about 1/4 deep . then take1/2 bit drill just enough to remove rivet head.take punch knock it out.
my solution to you is ask some one to check out your cvc joints cause once cvc joints go bad it starts to sound like your engines knocking but its the joints that are right next to the tire on the axel get under your car and look right behind the tire if there is a rubber here's a image of what the rubber on the axel should look like if its ripped or torn or even shredded thats your problem