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Clicking noise in the front

I just purchased a 05 Jeep Liberty and I now hear a clicking/tapping sound coming from I think the front right. It goes away when I apply the brakes. I just had a complete brake job done to the vehicle.

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  • lavergne_joe Jan 28, 2009

    All the lug nuts were tight.

  • robbie_two Feb 09, 2009

    i have the same problem coming from an 05 liberty. the clicking sound is coming from the front left tire.. clicks louder when turning left and goes away when applying the brakes. wondering if its just the sign of needing new brakes?

  • mallen8419
    mallen8419 Jul 29, 2012

    I have the same problem, only the clicking happens when gently applying brakes, Happened only after gettting new brakes. Front left side. (Lug nuts are fines, thanks)

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I just purchased a 05 Jeep Liberty and I now hear a clicking/tapping sound coming from I think the front right. It goes away when I apply the brakes. I just had a complete brake job done to the vehicle....


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