Question about Saturn Ion
While driving I hear a clicking almost like a card in a wheel when you where a child riding your bike. Also when I hit a bump I hear a clunk, both of these noises come from the front right side of my car.
If you aren't afraid of jacking up the vehicle, you can test to see where the problem is coming from. Jack the vehicle up by the pinch well (most newer cars have grooves cut out or that can be popped out behind the front wheels). When the wheel is in the air, try moving it side to side, then up and down. Excessive side to side movement indicates a tie rod end, up and down indicates a ball joint, and all around indicates a wheel bearing which would also be a cause for the clicking sound you are hearing.
Most auto shops will check this for you free of charge when you get an oil change, since they're trying to sell you things anyway.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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