Question about 2005 Suzuki Aerio
Given that you have already changed the wheel bearing the most likely cause for this is worn CV joints. The CV or constant velocity joints on your driveshafts (when worn) will usually emit a clicking or clacking type of noise when the steering is turned to full lock. If this is describing what you are hearing it is a classic symtom of CV trouble. Sometimes a "growl" may be associated with this problem also.
Otherwise noise when applying brakes or shifting gear is usually associated with worn ball joints in the suspension or worn steering/lower/upper arm linkages.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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