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Single knock sound from dead stop or when slowing down

2008 jeep patriot 4x2. when wheels are turned to the left, and the accelerator is depressed, there is a single knock sound from the area of the left front suspension. have also have the sound sometimes when slowing to a stop. it is not all the time, and is never when wheels are turned to the right. it sounds similar to a brake caliper sticking and suddenly releasing suddenly, or maybe a loose motor mount.

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  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Really not a clarification request... But a comment... It's a 2008! Problem is likely covered by your warranty. There are too many moving parts to make an "off hand" diagnosis but you should definitely have it looked at asap!

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    Sound does not stop till wheel is not turning, not the wheel bearing sound or brake pad warning clip, but sticking caliper maybe?

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    The knock occurs on bumps, braking and turning.

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I had the same problem on a brand new 2008 JEEP Patriot. The solution after 2 trips to the dealer was to tighten all the suspension bolts in the front. Note wether your problem is in the front or rear and go to the dealer.

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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