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Not sure whats loose-solution to tighten everything ok or not ok

Can it be over tightened ?
2009 hyundai elantra touring wagon had a popping sound in front end, service manager didn't know what was loose and making noise so he took a large bar and tightened everything. this concerns me that things are over tightened Popping in front end is gone But something is not right now with sounds from back end of car.

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Well if he tighten the wheel hub bearing nutt to tight it will cause the hub bearings to burn out.....But he is a tec write, So im sure he did it right. Also the noise from the rear mabe something you are heareing now because no noise in the front is gone and the back noise is heard at this point......
good luck to ya.

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