Got a knocking when i go over bumps or uneven road from the front right wheel. seems to be getting worse. changed the two top arms, top mount, and one of the bottom arms plus the roll bar link, and its still knocking it just leaves one bottom arm and the shock to replace. can anybody shed some light on this for me
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A loose front end is no joke. Ignoring the problem can cause premature / uneven tire wear and other costly repairs or accident due to catastrophic failure when least expected.
Typically, front end pivoting points used for steering - called "ball joints" - wear out providing similar sensations as you describe. This is not really a DIY type of repair - and should be brought to a trusted mechanic for a proper diagnosis and repair.
one of your front wheel bearings has a bad abs wheel sensor and will have to be replaced use an ohms meter to find out which compare readings to the back sensor all should read the same, which ever is off is bad.it is part of the wheel bearing.
Have you tried driving over a bump whilst also applying the brakes? (Right foot on gas, left gently on brake - with no one behind you!) If the noise goes away, then it could be the brake pads that are not fitted correctly. Only posting this, as this just happened to mine...the mechanic took it over bumps and noise was there. Applied brakes whilst going over bump, noise went away. Replaced badly fitted rear pads (had been bodged by another garage) and the problem was solved.
HI,IT SOUNDS TO ME LIKE THE TORSION DIFFERENTIAL ON THE GEARBOX IS CAUSING THIS,PLEASE TRY THIS,DRIVE THE VEHICLE TO A OPEN AREA,YOU MUST PUT IT IN 2ND GEAR AND DRIVE IN A CIRCLE ONE WAY ABOUT 10-15 TIMES,AND THE SAME THING CHANGING DIRECTION,THE REASON I SAY THIS IS TO LOOSEN UP THE TORSION GEARS,PLEASE LET ME KNOW,ANDY.