Question about Mitsubishi Montero
Clunking sound means a part is dangerously worn out and has a lot of play. To find out which just ask somebody to turn the steering wheel while you watch at all the pivots from underneath the car - put it on a flat surface, put the transmission in Park, secure the back wheels and go under it with a flash light. Once the faulty part is identified it must be replaced ASAP, if it fails while you're on the highway it will kill you for sure.
If you don't want to get dirty or you don't know how to replace the worn part just take your car to a shop.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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