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Making a clicking noise constant when i drive down the street

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Sounds like your axle (cv joint) is bad. Be certain which side it is and replace the axle. It is usually noticed more when you are turning a corner.

Two other things I can think of would be your lower plastic timing belt cover could be rubbing on your alternator belt, or worst case scenario, your water pump is ruined. See if you are losing any fluids.

Posted on May 31, 2010

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