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99 Suzuki grand vitara front end problem. clunking sounds coming from the front end.when in a parking lot turning a corner going over a speed bump there is a lot of noise coming from the right front i replaced the right front axle .but its still macking the same noise . im going two replace the sway bar ends twoday as the rubbers are all shot thanks Rob

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Also change the struts (shocks) .

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  • steve noel Jul 22, 2009

    also change the struts (shocks) .

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