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I have a ticking noise when I get to about 15 MPH and gets a little louder until I hit 50, tick is still there but not as loud - also tick goes completely away when I hit the brakes

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  • brenda_49319 Mar 13, 2009

    I thought it was the motor, but the guy across the street listened and said he thinks the drive train or CV somethings?

  • brenda_49319 Mar 13, 2009

    More towards the front end he thinks

  • brenda_49319 Mar 13, 2009

    Is that something hard or costly to fix?

  • brenda_49319 Mar 13, 2009

    Thanks so much for the information - with any luck if its something like this or worst it'll be covered under my extended bumper to beumper since my husband has never done this type of thing before.



    Thanks again

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    can you isolate the noise front/rear, left/right?

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OK, c/v joint sound reasonable. or, outside chance that there is a bad hub bearing allowing the trigger wheel on the axle to contact the sensor for the abs. I'd go for the first idea though (far more common.) Look underneath and see if a rubber boot on either of the axles is torn or split...dead giveaway that the joint has become contaminated with road dirt and is beginning to fail.

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  • Richard Scordino Mar 13, 2009

    Depending on how much work you have done in the past, not terribly difficult. You could likely figure it out as you go but a manual would make the job a bit easier. Don't have an exact price on joint but usually between $125 and $150 sometimes a bit more or less. I suggest you buy a complete rebuilt axle the price difference is worth the time saved. Make sure yours is bad though don't waste $ on replacing good parts.

  • Richard Scordino Mar 13, 2009

    Great...was a warranty inspector a while ago...likely they won't give you a problem on this one...Good luck

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