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CLUNKING INFRONT END

A LOUD CLUNKING FROM UNDER FRONT END WHEN HITTING ROUGH SPOTS OR HOLES IN ROAD

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If it's not your strut mounts i would check lower and upper ball joints hope this help if you have any more que. i can help you  just ask

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