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Front wheel clicking when going at slow speeds

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  • jclessard Apr 15, 2009

    A definite noise in front end that turns into a whirring at 25+ miles an hour .Could be bad tires or wheel bearings.Doesn't sound like c.v. joint problem.

  • bansheexxx May 21, 2009

    I have a 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT. At slow speed I hear a clacking sound that gets faster as I speed up. Since I have a 3 year old boy and 1 year old girl who eat up a paycheck in mere moments, I am just praying it won't cost an arm and a leg to fix.

  • Anonymous May 26, 2009

    I have a 1996 dodge ram 1500,at slow speeds i hear a clicking sound from my front right tire.Is that my u-joint?

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Check the cv joint and / or wheel bearing

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Your wheel center-cap is most likely loose. Try to see if it spins or turns, or if there is some material inside it.
good luck!

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SOURCE: Consistent Wheel Squeaking - Right Front Wheel

This may be a worn down front brake shoe or pad, some after market pads come with a wear indicator.
This wear indicator rubs the rotor when the pad is in need of changing.

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SOURCE: When I drive slow over bumps/speed bumps I hear a

It could be a bad Shock/Strut, Ball Joint or a bad CV Axle. Put the car on a lift and try to move the parts around to try to isolate the noise.

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