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Jingling noise? 1990 chevy k2500

I hear some sort of a jingle towards the front end of the truck, almost near the front drivers side wheel. Sounds like something may be loose. Anyone have an idea?

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If you had front disc brakes changed recently, then more than liklely someone forgot to put your anti rattle clip in with the installation. if you can stand the rattle it's not life threatning. if no brake job recently, then open the hood and look for something loose that would be rattling.

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