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What causes the front suspension to rackle

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The noise that you hear can be coming from a bad wheel bearing. If the bearing is worn out it tends to make noise. I strongly suggest that you have it looked at and replace if necessary to avoid trouble.

Do check the shock absorbers too. On corners it tends to have greater pressure which can cause noise. If the shock absorbers have leakage then it's time to have it replaced.

Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa! Have a good one!

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