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2006 HIGHLANDER AWD L/R KNUCKLE BUSHING KNOCKING

The knuckle bushing where diagram part # 48720A attaches is clunking. The only solution so far is a very expensive knuckle

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SOURCE: Steering knuckle

it really should ive never noticed a difference but with the different suspension systems there could very well be a difference i would recomend just look at them if they look the same then the should fit

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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Sorry...thats your only choice...but check with a 4X4 dealership parts counter.
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SOURCE: 99 lantra,clunk /knock under car

you are right it is probably your balljoint or tie rod end have it checked

Posted on Jan 16, 2010

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SOURCE: Rear Suspension Knucle bushing

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SOURCE: 2006 Highlander V-6 AWD,(not Limited Ed). I Live

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