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Clunk right side front

03 ford f250 when driving and i go over a bump i get a clunk from the right side front

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Easiest and cheapest way is to change the sway bar bushings. They prob need changed anyway. There are 2 different sizes, I ordered both and took back the one that didnt fit, $22 per set Moog. I had the same problem changed upper& lowers, all tierods and it was the bushings

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A few different things can cause the same sound. My advise have your shop shake down the front end.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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