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1998 Plymouth Breeze front driver's side noise

My 1998 Plymouth Breeze is making a "something is loose" noise in the front driver's side area of the car. Checked numerous areas but can't pinpoint it. Its most noticeable when hitting bumps or cracks at slow speeds, shifting from 1st to 2nd gear, and when applying the brakes moving in reverse.

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  • ericjprovost Jan 28, 2010

    Problem ended up being a faulty sway bar link on the driver's side.

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Probably a CV joint.

Posted on Dec 13, 2009

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