Question about GMC Sierra 1500
I will probably need more informaton, but the most common clunk if its coming from the side would be either a bad shock/strut, or a loose strut/shock tower. Also you will have to check the wheel bearing, ball joint, and tie rods. If you need further assistance on how to do so just comment back and I can post further information. Thanks.
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