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Front end clunk

I get a clunk in a 2000 jimmy when i turn the wheels to the right ....what could this be

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Could be a loose shock, a bad cv joint in axel, bad ball joint upper or lower.

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If it's a constant clunking noise it might be the cv joints, a one time clunk would indicate play between the steering rack and and the wheel somewhere, probably on the lower control arm, meaning the bushes are either very worn, or not present anymore. It could be the bushes on the swing-arm aswell. Best bet: Jack the car up on the right side and grab the wheel, **** it around abit, and check for play.Hope that helps!

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