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I would start with your lower control arm bushes, would not hurt to check all your front end for wear, not forgetting your wheel bearings, any wear causes simular noise and is a saftey issue
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
Take it back to the workshop and let them have a look for you,Mainly as well because iam having trouble understanding your description as obviously you were with no fault of your own taught to spell with that phonetic system where you spell as you say it which is not correct as it causes untold problems for other english speakers who were taught correctly by a teacher with a slipper in her hand ,one with a pink ribbon and one with a blue and for every word you spelt wrongly you got a strike on the back of the hand .Anyway the problem you have with the car could be the same problem as previous ,yes someone has had a look and replaced the seal but as iam unfamilar with this american produced vehicle then i do not know the layout as to weither their is a inside universal or not ,to solve this problem i would need to see the car and drive the vehicle then i would know exactly where and how hard to hit it with the hammer ,So please return it to the workshop and ask nicely if someone prefferably one of the older mechanics could have a test drive for you as although it has had the seal changed i dont think anyone has test driven it for you which is down to the gara ge ,all this bonus work causes problems like this where the mechanics are only interested in how many jobs can be knocked out in a day for the max bonus and weither the fault is cured or not doesnt matter only the dollar sign.
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First just crawl under it and grab your axles and see if you can shake them and get any movement from either of them this will tell you if you have a loose CV joint or not .. thanks Jerry holler if you need more .
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Might want to change front struts and strut plates.My strut plate on pass side made that creaking noise,once i changed it i never heard it again.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
That's a hub bearing. Replace the one that's doing it. I'm assuming this 'roar' is coming from the front, NOT the rear.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Whine usually occurs on tight turns maximising pump output and/or pump may be worn and needs replacement. Leakage can be from pump reservor,connection, or power rack and pinion steering assy. Spray off any area with a sign of fluid with a brake clean or carb. cleaner and look for signs of leakage.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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