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I have a 1995 eddie bauer bronc with a clank.

When i start driving my bronco the left front tire has a slight clanking noise that gets louder as i go further so i'm not driving as much what could it be?

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There is a few things that can cause that,..#1 is the axle shaft universal could be worn out and to check it grab the axle shaft and try to twist it back and forth to check if its loose..#2 could be the brake caliper loose or the brakes are moving around in the caliper,#3 also could be the radius arm bracket cracked at the radius arm itself which is about a $25.00 part (not including the bushings which are about $15.00 a set)check these things as my 94 Bronco has been through all of every sound and clunk with 230,00 miles

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