Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
While driving I hhear a poping.clanking. noise coming from the drivers side also while turning.. sounds like its some where around tire
Is the noise mostly while turning and lightly accelerating? Does noise sound like your driving over like crushed rock or small rocks? If so, you more then likely need a "C/V SHAFT", (D/V=constant velocity). If the noise is "clangy" or metal tinny like, you may have a bent backing plate behind the rotor. Most places check the "C/V Shaft Boots" when oil is changed. If not change where you get oil changed. With car up on a hoist, look at 'boot' right nest to wheel, if boot (accordian looking rubber) usually opens on inner groove and grease leaks(spins) out exposing the (Mezzepa) bearing, dirt gets in and you hear dirt grinding in the bearing joints when you turn. Get NEW only, Part $50-$100., most mechanics labor 1 to 2 hours. car brands vary.
Posted on Apr 10, 2013
If it's a 4x4 you need to replce the axle on drivers side
Posted on May 18, 2009
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