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Clunking noise in front end 1995 mercury tracer

Have replaced front struts, strut mounts seem ok, ball joints and controll arm bushings seem ok, replaced left motor mount and both fore and aft transmission mounts, by the way its manual trans. can create noise by tapping down on excellerator pedal then brake then tapping pedal. seems like something loose moving back and fort h.Going down highway at about 55 -60 you can hear or actually feel something like a part oscillating between loose bushings, accelerating or loading it makes it go away.

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