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2006 toyota sienna thumping noise on drivers side wheel going over speed bumps or railroad tracks sometimes sounds like clanking noise such as metal to metal cotact somewhere the inner tyrod has already been replaced and also the strut top has also been replaced but still hearing the noise.

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Has the upper strut bushing been replaced? Have you checked to see if the wheel is loose? To do so jack up the side you here the noise on and use a tire tool or piece of pipe and jack up the wheel when till it's off the ground about an inch enough to get you bar under the wheel. Next pull up on the wheel with the bar if you feel a clunk then get a second person to pull the lever up and down and see where the looseness is, if there is no looseness when prying up and down then you will have to wiggle the wheel from left to right to see if you can find the noise, a also you will have to pull on the drive axle to see if it's loose once you determine what is loose then you can tell me and I will tell you what has to be replaced.

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