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When i get to a certin speed i hear a clicking noise on right side of the car

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Ensure the wheel nuts and Axle nuts are properly torqued to the specification. Lift up the front wheels, place supports under the car and do the following:
- Sit if front of right wheel, slightly move it right and left and feel any abnormal noise if coming out of it. If click-click or Tuck-Tuck sound is observed it could be due to the excessive play in the tie rod end, rack end, ball joint wheel bearing or U joint. Next hold the Tire with your one hand at the top and with other hand at the bottom. Shake the Tire inside out and feel any noise or play. If play is observed, it could be the worn out ball joint or the wheel bearing. Now hit the Tire at the top with rubber hammer and observe any rattling noise coming from near the center of the wheel. If you could listen to the extra noise it could be due to the dried up caliper pins. Grease the pins with graphite grease. If all is found fine, similarly check the left wheel and repair as necessary.

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I have a 1976 cadillac deville and I hsve a loud clicking rotating noise coming from underneath the car. When I do around 45 I can feel vibration from the same area. I just put new ilder arm, center link,...


tmac2scorpi, The inner tie rods will not make any noise whatsoever. What you need to check is the axle shafts coming out of the transaxle. You can do this by having someone walk along the vehicle as you make extreme right and left turns. You may hear the clicking noise that you mentioned here. Right now you state that you hear the noise at certain speeds so it may be hard to hear it when you are going slower with someone walking with the vehicle. If the noise is there then the axle shaft on that side of the vehicle will have to be replaced. Good luck with this.

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good chance it is . Grab top of wheels and rock it side to side . If you feel it clicking pretty good you probably need bearings . I would try this on all the wheels . Hope it is a rear bearing if it is front wheel drive

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That noise sounds to me like a Ball Joint problem. I would check to see if you have fittings to grease the front suspention.

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