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Replaced struts on 1999 ford taurus but when turn left or hit a bump makes a clunck noise sometimes

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Sounds like somthing is loose. Identify the corner and pull that unit apart. If you find no loosness, replace strut.
This presumes no clunk noise until this repair event.

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