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Front end click on 5 speed corolla

I recently posted something and i think i didnt explain good enuff. when i left the clutch out on my corolla in first and reverse and just start moving the click occurs. it sometimes doesnt do it if i have the wheels turned a certain way. i hear no throwoutbearing noise. the driver side half shaft was just replaced and i think all the mounts are in good condition. it could be a bearing but i dont hear the normal growl going down the road.

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Take a look at the ball-joint boots. Look for grease any where, under around the engine towards the back. My Subaru Legacy Outback does the same thing. I've changed both the front axles and ball-joints. Inspected other components, found nothing. Its coming from the differential, I just ignore it there isn't much I can do in my case. In your case it could be the ball joints or tie-rods, inspect those.

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