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I have a 2005 Chrysler Town and Country with 64,000 miles on it. It recently has developed a "clunk" on the right side below the passengers feet when driving over rough payment at lower speeds. There is no noise at highway speeds. It appears to be more prominent when the car is cold.

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  • paulrummage Nov 16, 2009

    Have checked the ball joints and tie rod ends by taking the load off the front wheels. Shook on wheels vertically and horizontally with no movement at all. Everything seems to be tight. Nothing loose that I can find.

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It sounds like a ball joint which is located by the wheel. jack up that wheel and try to move it side to side and up and down by hand. If it moves then your ball joints are bad. You can do the work yourself, however you will need a ball joint press. If it is a ball joint I would get if fixed quick, when a ball joint breaks the wheel will either lay over sideways or go up and rip the fender off the van.

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