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If it is coming from the front of the car and it is a cluck-cluck type of sound, it is the CV joints. Take the vehicle to a fitment center and have them check it out. It is not a job for a home mechanic. Please rate this solution if it is helpful.

Posted on May 20, 2011

  • merwinschult May 20, 2011

    you dont think its the carrier bearing

  • Hans Pearson
    Hans Pearson May 20, 2011

    The bearing would make a noise all the time, even in a straight line, CV noises are more pronounced if the balls are running in and out of worn portions of the grooves.

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