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A plastic hose is hanging down underneath the car, on the passenger side, almost parallel with the front wheel.

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SOURCE: Broken Plastic underneath car towards front

Bueno, se puede reparar con adhesivo especial. Ademas se puede reforzar con laminas de aluminio que dan rigidez a pieza.

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Passenger side "clunk" from front wheel while turning

Check your sway bar link kit and sway bar bushing also check control arm on passenger side . It could be one of them , they can make noise if they are worn out . It happened to my car too and I fixed the problem.

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

SOURCE: one wheel wont turn

Turn, I assume you mean turn right and left?

Yes, that arm is likely the tie rod. There is no pin that can be replaced, the unit needs to be replaced.

If it is the outside tie rod end, you have an easy job ahead of you. Cost about $30 or so. You'll need a front end alignment.

If it is an inside rod end, you should replace your rack. Cost around $100. You'll need a front end alignment.

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Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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SOURCE: plastic panel came loose under car, near where front area close to underneath radiator?

just a guard to stop stones an general rubbish sticking to the bottom of the rad hope this helps

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Side to side wheel play

Wheel bearings and or Ball joints.Lift vehicle in the air and grab the wheel front to rear and shake it. wobbly? bearings grab top to bottme and shake ( push top away from u pull bottom towards u) wobbly? Ball joints. If u can have a second person do the shaking as u look at the ball joints or have them look as you do the shaking.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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