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When i accelerate it starts clicking a light click like if it hitting a thin sheet metal but this only happens when i come to a stop and accelerate at a higher speed nothing runs great

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  • eduardo mejia Apr 20, 2013

    no its not my cv joints and i noticed the rack and pinions were bad so i replaced them but noise continues i had someone else drive while i hung from the passenger side looking under im not sure but i think its coming from the drive shaft but not sure i wont give up i must not let this beat me

  • eduardo mejia Apr 20, 2013

    mmmmmmmm!!!

  • James Lillard Apr 20, 2013

    i forget some of those are 4wd/awd, if the sounds coming from underneath than its probably a bad u joint, makes a similar noise to cv joints when going bad.

  • eduardo mejia Apr 20, 2013

    james thank you for your help i was thinking that could be it question though the drive shaft comes in two pieces could it be the bearing in the middle well im taking it off now i will post outcome

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Does it make a clicking sound when you make a tight turn into like a parking lot or street? and maybe only one direction? if so you need to get your drive/half shafts rebuilt or replaced because the boot protecting the joint has ripped or come loose and has let dirt in and grease out.

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  • eduardo mejia Apr 20, 2013

    i wish it was that easy

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