Question about 2003 Nissan Murano
A 2003 SUV will clock in over 80,000 miles.
It's time to inspect the shocks and struts.
The periodic clunck you hear in front end can cause by
mud guard boot to metal strut body contact
worn strut center post to body of strut contact
worn rubble linkage
or combination to all of the above.
I would take the SUV to a good car wash that has under carriage cleaning.
Let the SUV dry and inspect it someone who can compress the front end.
If the front of the SUV re-bound two times then the struts will need to replace.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
The clunk cause on my Explorer was a missing rubber bushing on the sway bar holding bolt. I removed the bolt and installed a new bushing - clunk is gone. Now my remaining problem is the squeaking in the front end. Ford cost reduced it by not including grease fittings. Now the dry components have tobe REPLACED.
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