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My front end is all wobbly, and there is a lot of knocking going on in the front end, is this my suspension?

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    Knocking noises on the front offside suspension as though two bits of metal are banging together.

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Check your engine mounts. KIA seems to have problems with those. i replaced both transmission and engine/transmission mounts after 80k and all of that wobbling stopped.

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