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Jeep wranger, clanging from front end when turning

My 2000 jeep wranger has a loud metallic clanging from front end when turning. It's not the engine. Mechanic looked at it and could not
see the problem!!!!


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Probably the CV joints just behind the brakes on each wheel. Try jacking the car up so that the wheel on that side is clear of the ground, grasp the wheel and rotate it back and forth. Do you get that noise? The joints are not repairable, just replace both sides.

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