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Hi if you hear the knocking noise more when you go over slightly bumpy road then the chances are the bottom ball joint needs replacing these dont cost much to buy and its best to replace both sides, you will need some special tools such as ball joint splitter and a workshop manual would be helpful if you have never done this before and you are doing the work yourself

another problem could be the anti roll bar bushes what you can do to test to see if its the bottom ball joint or not is to jack the car up so that wheel is off the floor slightly then place a stand under the car so its safe to get under then get a strong bar such as crow bar and get someone to put this under the tyre and lever it up so they are lifting the wheel up and down slightly then if you get under neath and have a look behind the wheel then the bottom ball joint is the part that fits into the bottom of the hub, now once you have found this see if their is any play when the person is lifting the wheel up and down with the bar.

if their is play then it needs replacing, it will be hard to lift the wheel up and down so you will need a strong bar to put under the tyre on the road and wiggle it up and down so it lifts the wheel slightly then have a look and listen for any play in the bottom ball joint.

let me know if you need further assistance ok

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Posted on Oct 01, 2010

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