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Womp womp noise in the front

Just redid both of the motor mounts front/rear thought that would solve the problem ,but it didn't.

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  • derek
    derek Apr 13, 2014

    what about the inner and outer tire rods being shot? could that be it.

  • derek
    derek Apr 13, 2014

    Just asking but that noise is definitely coming from the steering? or no.?

  • jim sharp Apr 13, 2014

    have someone drive it slowly while you listen for the noise from outside the car this can help you find the noise, tie rods are probably not the problem

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Check your tires and ft wheel bearings

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The noise you're hearing is consistent with a bad wheel bearing. It's true, the only way to actually tell is to pull the hub/bearing. I'd try to isolate what side of the car the noise is coming from and pull that wheel. If it's not a wheel bearing, it could be transmission related but these things are usually solved by replacing the wheel bearing.

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Have front tire's check out, but more then likely you have a bad front hub bearing. Have it taken to a repair shop where they can put it up on a lift and checked.

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The problem is Bent brake disk's, Replace the brake disks to solve the problem.
Jack up the car, Take wheel off using a 17MM socket then remove the two bolts on rear of calliper then the two bolts on the calliper frame, Move them out of the way then Remove the small clip in one of the wheel nuts you will see it and remove the disk and replace, Do the same for other side and noise will have stopped.

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yes, popping when turning is usually caused by worn out CV joints in axles. Check for torn CV boots. When a boot tears, dirt gets into the joint a wears it prematurely. If you find tears, it is easiest to replace the whole half-axle than to fix the CV. Let me know if you have more questions.

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